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Limerick taps into its tech potential

Dell director Anthony Quigney sees the firm's Limerick centre undergoing further growth, writes Emmet Ryan.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
29th December, 2013
Dell's director Anthony Quigney said the region had already shown potential for growth and that Limerick's location could prove advantageous to start-ups.

Limerick has the potential to match Cork's success as an IT start-up hub, according to the head of Dell's solutions centres across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).

Dell's Anthony Quigney told The Sunday Business Post that the start-up culture generated by having major multinationals in Cork could happen in Limerick with some groundwork.

''Dell is a global organisation and we work with a lot of businesses. In the mid-west, from Cork to Limerick...

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