Budding entrepreneurs to showcase at city event

Frank Brennan, CEO Republic of Work with Paul O'Shea, founder of Peckish and Eshna Gogia, Programme Manager Republic of Work.

Early stage founders who have been taking part in a successful start-up programme at Republic of Work will showcase at an event on Thursday, August 18th.

Teamwork Catalyst is a SaaS incubator programme that guides founders as they develop their business concepts and identify the best route to market.

The event at Republic of Work, which is free and open to the public, will also comprise networking sessions, pitching, and a panel discussion focusing on funding options for early stage tech start-ups. There will also be prizes awarded on the day.

The collaboration between Teamwork Catalyst and Republic of Work began in 2020 and has so far provided close to 40 SaaS start-ups with the opportunity to learn from other businesses in a dynamic environment.

Under the scheme, successful applicants enjoy full access to Republic of Work, including a wide member network, and to all its facilities including desks, workshop areas, boardrooms, event spaces and podcast studios.


Paul O’Shea, founder and CEO of Cork based food tech company Peckish said he would recommend the programme to any start-up: “Teamwork Catalyst was one of the most relevant and informative programmes I took part in. We got to learn about building and scaling SaaS businesses and solving relevant problems through one-to-one mentorship from market leaders in Ireland.”

Meanwhile, applications for Cohort 4 of Teamwork Catalyst are now open. Hopefuls have until September 4th at 11.59pm to apply.

Check www.republicofwork.com/teamwork-catalyst for details.