New hub has class lesson for start-ups

Ireland's first dedicated facility for learning technology start-ups has opened in Dublin.

23rd March, 2014
David Puttnam, Ireland's first Digital Champion, Alan Maguire, Founder, Varsari Hub, and Jonny Parkes, Founder, Versari HubPic. Picture: Naoise Culhane

Ireland's first dedicated facility for learning technology start-ups has opened in Dublin.

The Versari Hub will provide advice and funding to early-stage ventures developing learning or educational technology products.

Based on Lower Mount Street, the 6,000 square foot facility has been established by entrepreneurs Alan Maguire and Jonny Parkes, both of whom have a background in educational technology.

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