Kilkenny woman, Linda Nolan, originally from Garden Villas in the city has won the national enterprise award beating finalists from all over the country. She was supported by Local Enterprise Office Kilkenny in her efforts.
A daughter of Seamus and Margaret Nolan, Linda who created Mybio was named the winner of the prestigious title last night by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton at an awards ceremony at Dublin’s Royal Hospital Kilmainham.
Since it was established in 2009, MyBio has developed into the country’s most proactive supplier of research products, technologies and knowledge to the Scientific Research Industry.
The company is now the exclusive supplier of many of the world’s leading bio-science reagents to the Irish market. MyBio clients are Life Scientists based in laboratories across various sectors including Academia, Government, Biotech, Diagnostics, Forensics and Pharmaceutical companies.
There are many innovative layers to MyBio’s business, predominantly they form partnerships bring together collaborations, source new and exciting products (including custom). Thereby they can offer a service to Irish Researchers unlike any other supplier. Their focus is always the individual research needs and they strive to offer solutions to research projects through innovative business modelling and working in true partnership with their suppliers. The result is an abundance of free flow of knowledge, technical support and world class service driving application solutions customised to individual needs.
Mybio is set apart from other suppliers in the market as they remain niche, modern and focused in terms of their development, approach, product delivery and portfolio management.