By Cillian Doyle.
Carlow-based company MicroGen BioTech has been revealed as one of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalists
The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year programme is a global recognition programme run in 145 cities in more than 60 countries.
Currently, in its 24th year in Ireland, the programme works to recognise, promote and build a supportive community around Ireland’s high-growth entrepreneurs.
Speaking to Beat News, Carlow based Xueme Germaine, founder and CEO of MicroGen Biotech explains what the company works towards:
"MicroGen Biotech develops a deployed nitro micro product to prevent crops like rice, wheat, potatoes to uptake heavey metals from the soil."
"At the same time, it clean's up soil population."