University Challenge: A leg up for Irish start-ups

DIT’s Hothouse has been a springboard to success for several Irish businesses, Danielle Ryan finds out the secret to its success.

8th June, 2014

The fact that the Dublin Institute of Technology’s (DIT) new start-up incubator hub will be built right in the centre of its new Grangegorman campus on Dublin’s north side, speaks volumes about the importance the college places on nurturing entrepreneurs and pursuing innovative ideas.

Expected to be completed by September 2015, the 4,600 square-metre Greenway Hub building will be the new focal point of DIT’s award-winning Hothouse, which since 2008 has...

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