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Galway has a very strong innovation culture that is supported by its third-level institutions and through various innovation labs

29th September, 2019
Aengus Burns Grant Thornton, Galway

Galway has a very strong innovation culture that is supported by its third-level institutions and through various innovation labs, according to Aengus Burns, partner in advisory in Grant Thornton Galway.

“Galway is home to many internationally focused companies and high-growth start-ups. The city is a hub for medtech and ICT companies that allow professionals in that space to locate here,” he said.

“This clustering of similar types of business is something that we...

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