Tom Lyons: Naked ambition pays off for MindGeek
How Dublin became a hub for a porn empire
A non-descript serviced office in the heart of Dublin’s Silicon Docks is the home of the innocuous sounding MindGeek Ireland. Less than 150 metres from Facebook’s spanking new headquarters, MindGeek has built a significant presence.
It is a little known success story. When the Jobs Minister or the IDA talks about the great internet companies based in Dublin – Google, Twitter, LinkedIn – somehow MindGeek never makes the cut.
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