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Start-Ups: Capital buzzing on the start-up boom

Record numbers of entrepreneurs are fuelling the surge in high-tech business, with the potential to boost the capital's economy by €200 million, writes Graham Clifford.

8th December, 2013
Business confidence is growing': Oisi­n Geoghegan of Fingal County Enterprise Board. Photo Kim Haughton

Dublin has positioned itself at the centre of the global tech movement with the recent web summit creating a huge buzz around the sector.

Last year, a report linked to the Activating Dublin joint initiative by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Dublin City Council predicted that Dublin could become the best place to start a tech business in Europe.

It stated that the creation of 2,800 jobs with an economic impact of €200 million...

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