Turn your Bright Business Dream into a Vital One

 A still from Pajanimals produced by Sixteen South. Colin Williams, the founder and director of Sixteen South – a Belfast based children’s television company – has just won the Entrepreneur of the Year award in the 2014 Aer Lingus Viscount Awards. A new project funded by the European Union is matching good ideas with those who can make them real.

A still from Pajanimals produced by Sixteen South. Colin Williams, the founder and director of Sixteen South – a Belfast based children’s television company – has just won the Entrepreneur of the Year award in the 2014 Aer Lingus Viscount Awards.

Are you one of those people secretly nursing a brilliant business idea or invention that you have never been able to do anything about?

If so here is your chance: an initiative called “Vital” aims to match great business ideas with the people who can turn them into a reality. Funded by the European Union, the €2.56 million project is managed jointly by Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dublin City University and Queen’s University, Belfast.

What makes this project different is that what Vital wants to do is give these good ideas the best chance of commercial success.

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