Thursday April 2, 2020

Cover Story: Charting a path

We can learn a lot about where Silicon Docks is going from looking at its origins, writes Emmet Ryan

7th June, 2015
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Alistair Blair country managing director, Accenture

The name is a touch tacky, it’s Silicon Valley’s fault as multiple tech hubs across the world have adopted similar monikers over the years. Silicon Glen in Scotland was particularly cheesy, but the one thing the Silicon Docks’ name gives is an identity to a region in Dublin that has exploded in recent years.

It was a far more mundane business – at least in terms of the rock-star status...

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