Design & Crafts Council Ireland in partnership with The Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Enterprise Ireland and the Local Enterprise Offices have just launched an exciting initiative called the ‘Irish Business Design Challenge’.
The idea behind the Irish Business Design Challenge is to harness the ingenuity of the MSME sector, to help businesses and communities across Ireland, and to recognise and reward the resilience and innovation of micro, small and medium Irish businesses.
The Irish Business Design Challenge invites Irish businesses of all sectors to share the challenges they are experiencing as a result of COVID-19 and the solutions they have designed to resolve them.
The Irish Business Design Challenge is open to three categories of business including micro (1 – 10 employees), small (11 – 50 employees) and medium sized (51 – 250 employees).
The overall winner will receive a prize fund of €50,000, with a €15,000 prize fund for the winner of each category and €2,000 for the runner-up in each category.
For further information and to enter – see link here: www.dcci.ie/irish-business-design-challenge