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The Shed Distillery Open Visitor Centre

The Goodbody 2015 EIIS Fund’s investee company, The Shed Distillery, have opened their new visitor centre in September 2020. Investee Company Name: PJ Rigney Distillery Investment Amount: €250,000 Industry: Distillery In 2016, the Goodbody EIIS Fund 2015 invested in The Shed Distillery of PJ Rigney in Drumshanbo, County Leitrim. Since this investment, the distillery’s first […]

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TEKenable secures EIIS Funding

The Goodbody 2019 EIIS fund has invested €1.6m in TEKenable in 2020. TEKenable is an Irish SME that is delivering the latest innovative business solutions to forward thinking public and private enterprises both in Ireland and the UK. TEKenable operates in a number of sectors including Healthcare, Financial Services and the Public Sector. In 2019 […]

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The Goodbody 2016 EIIS Fund

The Goodbody 2016 EIIS Fund, jointly managed by Goodbody Stockbrokers and Baker Tilly Hughes Blake, provides investors with an opportunity to invest in a diverse portfolio of high-potential SMEs. “We are aiming to raise €10 million before December 31,” said Stephen McGivern, partner at Baker Tilly Hughes Blake. “The EII scheme in general has experienced […]

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McArdle Skeath secures €5 million investment

McArdle Skeath, the Co Monaghan-based supply-chain company, has secured investment of €5 million from EIIS investors. The second-generation family-owned business has obtained €3.4 million from the Goodbody 2015 EIIS Fund, managed by Baker Tilly Hughes Blake and Goodbody, and a further €1.6 million from private EIIS investors. McArdle Skeath will use the funding to support […]

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Goodbody and Hughes Blake Supporting Irish SMEs and Jobs with EIIS

Goodbody and Hughes Blake Chartered Accountants have formed a joint venture to provide fresh funding for quality Irish SMEs under the Employment and Investment Incentive Scheme (EIIS). The new joint venture, EIIS Management Limited, plans to raise an annual fund under the government scheme, which allows Irish taxpayers who participate in it to claim up […]

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