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Innovate Programme

Assistance and guidance to improve innovation within your MNC

IDA Ireland’s Innovate Programme helps companies improve their innovation by giving them a roadmap and assigning an advisor to guide them. This advisor helps implement best practices and utilise tools for generating creative ideas and validating them.  Ultimately, the program aims to make these companies more innovative and successful.

Who is it for?

The IDA Innovate Programme is for existing client companies of IDA Ireland. 

What do you get?

The IDA Innovate Programme provides several things to help existing IDA Ireland client companies improve their innovation:

  • Structured Approach: The program guides companies through a systematic process for managing innovation, aligned with international best practice
  • Expert Guidance: Companies are assigned a dedicated Innovation Advisor who works alongside the company's Innovation Champion.
  • Best Practice Implementation: The advisor helps the team implement proven techniques for generating creative ideas and validating concepts.

What do you need to know?

The IDA Innovate Programme empowers existing IDA Ireland clients to supercharge their innovation. Here's how:

  • Boost Innovation Skills: The program equips companies with best practices in idea generation, validation, and collaboration.
  • Develop a Roadmap: It guides companies through a structured approach to innovation management.
  • Expert Support: Companies receive dedicated guidance from an Innovation Advisor.
  • Enhance Collaboration: The program fosters internal and external partnerships to strengthen innovation capabilities.
  • Drive Growth: Ultimately, the goal is to make companies more innovative and competitive.

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If this sounds like the right support for your business, call our dedicated hub for more details on how to apply.

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