Huckletree hiring as it branches into Dublin
Co-working accelerator plans to hire eight people to run its new centre at the Academy on Pearse Street
Huckletree, the fast-growing London-based co-working accelerator co-founded by Dubliner Andrew Lynch, plans to hire eight people to run its new Dublin centre at the Academy on Pearse Street.
Called Huckletree D2, the 30,000 sq ft building in the former Twitter HQ can support 400 entrepreneurs in a co-working space opposite Trinity College Dublin.
It is the fourth location for the business which is backed by Force Over Mass Capital, a venture fund co-founded by Theo Osborne, the...
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