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Co-working isn’t only for start-ups: Tesla, IBM and Merck are among the giants taking up space

25th February, 2018
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Ireland’s start-up scene is attracting a new cohort of international business: co-working hubs.

You know the kind of thing. The walls are exposed brick, space-grey Apple laptops ubiquitous, the dress code casual. The furniture can range from the minimalist to bright, primary colour schemes. You can be assured of hearing the hubbub of the innovative community.

Talent Garden, the Italian co-working network, is the newest entrant to the Dublin start-up scene. Launching next...

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