Wednesday February 26, 2020

A difficult delivery

Start-up hubs are not one size fits all, and a variety – from accelerators to incubators – are needed if the sector is to fulfil its potential

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
14th March, 2015

When Wayra opened its doors in the summer of 2012, the options for start-ups other than campus projects were limited. The Telefonica-backed accelerator will close this summer, but programme director Karl Aherne said the scene for start-up hubs in Dublin is healthier than ever.

“It’s a really healthy environment at the moment, the best it’s ever been. The start-up community can’t rest on its laurels and neither can the government. Ireland can be the hub of...

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