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City to become hub for start-up community

26th June, 2016
Siobhan Finn, project director at Cork InnovatesDiane Cusack

For three days, from November 18 to 20, more than 1,000 people will visit Cork to celebrate the global start-up community.

“One of the many highlights of the weekend will be the Start-up Nations Summit, which will be hosted in Europe for the first time ever,” said Siobhán Finn, project director at Cork Innovates.

“Celebrations will take place across the country, with Cork city setting the pace as the hub city over the three...

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