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July 2013 Ezyfill & Claydon Tests

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This month the tests of the Ezy Fill & Claydon Min Till seeder were carried out with Joe Scott at the Co- Operative Farms with excellent results

Ulster Bank Business Award

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April 2013
Ezy Technology accepts Provincial finalist award at the Ulster Bank Business Achievers award.
Pictured is Deirdre Cogan with the other finalist for Leinster in the Agri Business section.

Partnership Launch

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February 2013
Partnership with Ezy Fill and Vicon is launched at the Farm machinery show in Punchestown.
Kverneland Ireland will offer a combination of EZY Fill and their Vicon Spreader as their bulk spreading solution.

Ezy Crop Award

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January 2013.
Ezy Crop wins an Innovation award at the UK Lamma show.
Pictured is Thomas Carpenter accepting the award.

Brother and sister win JumpStart 2012 with EZY

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Brother and sister win JumpStart 2012 with EZY

Founded by brother and sister Deirdre Cogan and Thomas Carpenter, EZY Technology Innovations has won the JumpStart 2012 competition, held by the Learning and Innovation Centre at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.

Deirdre is a qualified accountant with over ten year’s industry experience and Thomas is a machine inventor with 20 years’ industry experience.

The siblings set up EZY in 2010 to research, develop, manufacture and bring new products to the agricultural machinery market place.

The EZY Crop non-tipping trailer and the EZY Fill bulk filler have already been developed and the pair presented both at JumpStart.

A member of the judging panel Insomnia chief Bobby Kerr said: “I was really excited about EZY. This was about a new business developing innovative products in agriculture and manufacturing, two things that Ireland desperately needs.

“The quality of this year’s finalists was very impressive and diverse.  From online music to farm machinery, anti-terrorist technology to employment software and making secure payments to the families of our non national community, the quality of the applicants was first rate.”

Willstream Labs, set up in 2011 by Andrew Considine, won a special runner up prize. An innovative alternative to money transfers, it enables migrants around the world to take control of their finances and remittances, connecting them directly to businesses in the emerging markets.

The other shortlist companies were Chillicam, Cypro Software, Jamworld Technologies, and uTRAC.

The JumpStart 2012 prize, worth over €25,000, includes €5,000 in cash for the winning company plus the cost of the incubation space for 12 months as well as mentoring support.