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Fostering the future

Tangent at TCD aims to produce the next generation of Irish entrepreneurs

3rd November, 2019

In recent years, Ireland has carved out a reputation as a tech force to be reckoned with. It has also become a breeding ground for some of the most innovative entrepreneurs and start-ups around.

In the last five years, SMEs have created 66 per cent of new jobs in Ireland. Some 80 per cent of corporates are interested in working with start-ups, a direct result of the success of the many entrepreneurs and start-up teams...

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