Startup advice: going to Silicon Valley

For many tech companies, Silicon Valley represents something of a business mecca. Philip Connolly spoke to Enterprise Ireland's man in the valley about the pitfalls.

24th July, 2012
San Francisco is the main hub for gaming and app development.

For many tech companies, Silicon Valley represents something of a business mecca. With some of the world's biggest companies operating out of the San Francisco Bay Area, a startup could find customers, partners, investment or even potential buyers of a company.

So how can a startup make the most out of any trip to the west coast of the US? According to Nick Marmion, manager US West Coast, Software and Services for Enterprise Ireland, it...

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