Latest news from Elkstone
  • Padraig Owens to Speak at “The Future of Beds in Dublin” Event

    Padraig Owens, a co-founder of Elkstone and head of the Real Estate team, is delighted to be speaking at the upcoming event: “The Future of Beds in Dublin – Bright Outlook on Build to Rent and City Living” taking place on 18 September at The Westin Hotel, Dublin. See the following link for more event details: more

  • Elkstone Supports Trinity Launchbox Summer Programme

    Well done to all of the participants in the Trinity Launchbox programme who pitched their business ideas to Elkstone this week in the second of two sessions over the Summer. Thank you in particular to Alison Treacy and Christine Butler for hosting the sessions. Pictured below are some of the participating teams, with Declan Magee, Yuriy Kovalchuk, and Paddy Dillon of the Venture team at Elkstone. LaunchBox is Trinity’s accelerator for ...Read more

  • Flipdish closes €2m Elkstone Led Funding

    Flipdish closes €2m Elkstone led funding to transform online food ordering for restaurants. Flipdish builds, designs and operates own label food ordering apps and websites for restaurants and takeaways at a fraction of the cost of larger third party aggregators. Backing innovative people and early stage businesses is core to our venture investment strategy at Elkstone.  Pictured below L/R: Declan Magee, Venture, Elkstone; James McCarthyand Conor ...Read more

  • How Tech Business Can Secure Capital Funding-Video

    Interesting insights into how tech businesses can secure venture capital funding, particularly what VC’s look for in a plan, and the importance of a good match between the Founder and the VC. more

  • Sunday Business Post | Busy year for Elkstone with fresh venture investments and new hires

    Elkstone, the Irish wealth manager, has made 11 venture investments this year and beefed up its team with four new hires. Ruairi O’Neill, chief executive of Elkstone, said it was a busy year for the firm, which added a further 11 companies to its portfolio. “The Irish medical home testing kit business, Let’s Get Checked, which we funded during the year, successfully closed a series A round a couple of weeks ago raising $12 million,” O’Neill ...Read more