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  "Nubie.com allows people to work on their start-up at night and on weekends, when traditional supports are not available." To read the full article in full click here
Source: www.irishtimes.com 30th March 2012
 
     
  Listen to our interview on the Last Word on Today FM (28th Feburary 2012 Presented by Matt Cooper) click here  
 
Source: www.todayfm.com 28th February 2012
 
     
     
     
  ‘INNOVATION AWARDS: THE SHORTLIST for this year’s Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation awards features 18 entries from established innovators, start-ups, public sector organisations and third-level spin-outs.’ To read the article in full click here.
Source: The Irish Times 27th January 2012
 
     
  "A free one day workshop is being offered by Wicklow Enterprise Centre to subscribers of nubie.com, the company behind the nine step approach to starting your own business." To read the full article click here.
Source: Wicklow People 7th December 2011
 
     
  "One year after first launching its service, nubie.com has relaunched with a new, nine-step process assisting would-be entrepreneurs in getting businesses up and running." To read the article in full click here.
Source: Silicon Republic 3rd October 2011
 
     
"Doyle has high praise for Nubie.  Deputy Andrew Doyle was full of praise for local company Nubie at the Inter Trade Ireland event in the Mansion House last week." To read the article in full click here
Source: www.wicklowpeople.ie 8th June 2011
     
  Nubie meets President  
  Loughlin Nestor and Rebekah Brooks of nubie.com were recogised as ambassadors for InterTradeIreland at a special ceremony at Áras an Uachtaráin hosted by President Mary McAleese  June 1st 2011  
     
  Watch our interview for Every Job Counts on the The Morning Show on TV3 (18th April 2011 Presented by Sybil Mulcahy and Martin King)  
  Click Here 18th April 2011  
     
  Listen to our promotion on the Sunday Business Show with Today FM (10th April 2011 Presented by Conall O'Morain) click here  
   
Source: www.todayfm.com 10th April 2011
 
     
“Free broadband for start-ups. RocTel and nubie.com have partnered to provide start-up companies with a leg up in the current harsh economic climate, by offering four months free broadband.” To read the article in full click here
Source: www.techcentral.ie 31st January 2011
     
  “Irish telecommunications services provider RocTel International is helping start-up companies get a head start to success by offering them free 8Mb broadband for the first four months. This offer, which includes a free router, free connection and free self-installation, is available to any start-up company registered with nubie.com.” To read article in full click here
Source: www.siliconrepublic.com 12th January 2011
 
     
  “Nubie For Newbies. It's one thing having an idea for a business but getting it off the ground can be a different story. It took Loughlin Nestor and Bryan Clarke around three years to get their venture, Nubie.com, from the ideas stage to launch. The end result is a software product that aims to provide a one-stop shop for aspiring entrepreneurs.” To read the article in full click here
Source: Business Plus October 2010 Issue
 
     
  “A new era for venture capital investment in Ireland? Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Batt O'Keeffe TD recently confirmed an additional allocation of €55m in Government funds for investment in high-potential start-ups. In tandem with this in July, Taoiseach Brian Cowen committed to the creation of a €250m Innovation Fund to attract foreign venture capitalists and overseas start-ups to Ireland... New models are emerging. Take Nubie.com, which recently raised €150,000 as an example. Itself a technology start-up, having been established in 2009, its premise is to provide one central online service to cater to the advice and information needs of Ireland's start-up companies.” To read article in full click here
Source: www.siliconrepublic.com 13th September 2010
 
     
  “Nubie.com is offering a €10,000 prize, which will consist of customised mentoring , business and marketing services for one Irish start-up. The competition is open to startups that have commenced in the past 18 months.” To read the article in full click here
Source: www.bizstartup.ie  August 2010
 
     
  “Baby businesses get head start. nubie.com, a new web-based service for Irish entrepreneurs, has launched with start-up investment of €150,000.” To read the article in full click here
Source: The Sunday Business Post August 2010
 
     
  “Wicklow company is Ireland's first web-based business 'start-up' service. The cloud-based service is now available with a free trial period and costs €20 per month thereafter. It will also offer useful information and content for start-ups including an online library, new business cafe\ discussion forum and special guest blog posts.” To read the article in full click here
Source: The Wicklow Times August 2010
 
     
  “Irish-based nubie.com secures €150,000 in funding to provide Ireland’s first web-based business “start-up” service. Commenting on the launch, Sheelagh Daly, CEO, Wicklow County Enterprise Board said: ‘We are really pleased to see Nubie being launched as it provides valuable additional support for fostering new businesses at local level around the country.’” To read the article in full click here
Source: www.siliconrepublic.ie August 2010
 
     
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  Irish-based Nubie.com secures €150,000 in funding to provide Ireland’s first web-based business "start-up" service - August 2010  
     
  Free RocTel broadband for Start Ups - January 2011  
 
 
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