Featured Article 15 Oct 2015

Clancy’s business created a smartphone app that provides ‘specialised cueing treatment’ for Parkinson’s patients, which is basically sound-wave treatment that enables people to regain mobility.

Clancy was a speaker at Inspirefest 2015 in June, where she gave an insight into what it took to create a viable start-up today.

Now in its 10th year, the Cartier Women’s Initiative celebrates and supports innovative projects by women entrepreneurs, with applicants falling down six geographical lines.

Winners take home a prize of US$20,000, one year of coaching, extensive networking opportunities and international media exposure.

Last year, Yvonne Brady’s EVB Sports Shorts saw her through to the finals, while 2013 saw Leonora O’Brien’s software company Pharmapod come out on top, overall, in Europe.

Ciara Clancy

This article was originally published on www.siliconrepublic.com and can be found at https://www.siliconrepublic.com/start-ups/2015/10/15/irishwoman-ciara-clancy-named-cartier-awards-laureate-for-europe-2015

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