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Cork 2017: Rubicon Centre supporting start-ups for a decade

Cork Institute of Technology’s on-campus incubator has firmly placed itself at the forefront of the start-up community over the past decade, with its alumni responsible for creating 896 jobs in the Cork region

18th June, 2017
Carole O’Leary, industry liaison manager, Cork Institute of Technology PIc: Clare Keogh

The Rubicon Centre, Cork Institute of Technology’s on-campus incubator, recently celebrated ten successful years of powering start-ups in the region.

Between 2006 and 2016, Rubicon alumni created 896 jobs in the Cork region with innovative business solutions and opportunities for the domestic and international markets, according to Carole O’Leary, industry liaison manager, Cork Institute of Technology.

“Many have now established operations in other countries, including the US, Australia and Britain,” said O’Leary....

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