South Dublin County Enterprise Board is the state agency responsible for supporting the start-up and growth of innovative new and expanding micro-enterprises within the county.
The Board provides a range of services towards this aim, including;
Information and Advice
Training and seminars
Mentoring (including ‘Mentor Clinics’ in Knocklyon)Support for Networks
Financial Supports are partly refundable and priority is given to manufacturing and internationally traded services. Highly innovative local services are also assisted and all supports are subject to resources.
The Board is financed by the Irish Government and co-funded by the EU’s European Regional Development fund.
The Board’s offices can be found in the County Council office complex in Tallaght.