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CHQ gets boost with Google Dogpatch deal

Neville Isdell, owner of CHQ, says start-up hub Dogpatch’s inclusion advances his vision for the building

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

30th August, 2015
Neville Isdell: the owner of CHQ says businesses must fit his vision to be included the centrePicture: Feargal Ward

Development at Dublin’s CHQ building has been boosted by a partnership with start-up hub Dogpatch, according to Neville Isdell, the owner of CHQ and former chief executive of Coca-Cola.

Google has just announced a funding and support deal with Dogpatch, which has been based in CHQ, a retail complex in Dublin’s IFSC, since February.

Dogpatch’s deal with Google is a sign that development of the CHQ complex is ahead of schedule,...

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