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Bank of Ireland and State Street join Irish fintech accelerator

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Irish innovation outfit NDRC has partnered with Bank of Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Mediolanum and State Street to establish a 'pre-accelerator' programme for financial services startups at the very earliest stages of their development.

The group is looking to pair people with ideas for transforming fintech with seasoned entrepreneurs and skilled professionals for a five-week programme kicking off in mid-May.

The pre-accelerator programme is a part-time commitment consisting of one-day workshops each week, plus access to office space courtesy of NDRC.

"Our proven approach will give you the tools, mentorship and team to get your startup off the ground," says NDRC.

The group is hosting a drop-in session for interested participants at Bank of Ireland Enterprise Lounge on 17 March. A further three fintech meet-ups will be held in April ahead of the programme start.
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