Expanded GEC to be Ireland’s ‘entrepreneurial superhub’

The new two-floor expansion to the hub was formally opened last month and will provide space for an extra 60 companies and up to 400 more people

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th November, 2021
Expanded GEC to be Ireland’s ‘entrepreneurial superhub’
Eamonn Sayers, manager; Linda Mooney, operations manager; and David Varian, chairman of the Guinness Enterprise Centre, pictured with Tánaiste Leo Varadkar. Picture: Keith Arkins

Eamonn Sayers, manager of the Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC), believes the expanding innovation hub can become Ireland’s answer to Station F in Paris, the world’s biggest start-up campus.

“We’re creating Ireland’s entrepreneurial superhub. We’ll be the base where government, citizens, academics, communities, and corporates work together on creating economic wealth for Ireland,” Sayers told Connected.

“It will be Ireland’s equivalent to Station F...

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