27 March, 2019 in Company News | Events

QUB Dragon's Den 2019 - winners announced!

After a final which included 13 pitches, 6 dragons and 1 prize - 4 winners were finally announced!

Congratulations go to Michael Upham (Writeeasy); Team Stand; Jonathan Adams (Agile Roto) and Lewis Loane (Signal Optimiser) who all got a share of the £15k prize pot.

The standard of entries was extremely high this year and there was a lot of deliberation at the end to select the deserving winners.

CavanaghKelly were delighted to be a sponsor of the programme with Catherine Martin on the judging panel for the third year.

The team at CavanaghKelly wishes all the finalists the best of luck with their future ventures. 


Supporting Entrepreneurship at CavanaghKelly

Our team at CavanaghKelly are no strangers to working with entrepreneurs to 'kick start' business ideas and support new business through next stages of growth.

Across our AccountsAdvisory and Tax services, our teams are experienced in working with new businesses as they take the critical decisions to grow and develop.

During recent years we've worked closely with Queen's University Belfast as part of their KickStart Accelerator Programme and Dragons Den Programme which has celebrated successful start ups such as Machine Eye, Hindsight, Flate and the Photography Ethics Centre. 

We've also been involved in programmes with Dungannon Enterprise Centre, including the Exploring Enterprise Programme and recent Business of Leadership programme.


If you have a business concept and want to talk through how to get started, get in touch - we will help you get started and support you as you take the first steps on your new journey.


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