Shannon Company To Share In €9.3m Scheme For Projects Affected By Covid and Brexit

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A Shannon-based company has been named as the only Clare company to share in a 9.3 million euro scheme earmarked for projects affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit.

Ministers of State with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Robert Troy and Damien English have announced successful projects under the Government’s Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme.

Delivered through Enterprise Ireland, RETS focuses on improving the capability and competitiveness of regional enterprises and encouraging entrepreneurial activity, sustainability, innovation, and productivity.


Future Mobility Campus Ireland, which is based in Shannon is one of 24 projects who are said to have “demonstrated the ability to deliver additional impact and execute project deliverables in the current year”.