Tuesday January 28, 2020

Inside Dublin’s silicon docks

Tech start-ups on the cusp of success are being drawn to Dublin by the likes of Google and Facebook. But how does Ireland stack up against London and Silicon Valley?

18th January, 2015

Lars Holzman has been in Dublin for almost a year now, and is beginning to feel at home. As the man charged with building Tripadvisor’s European headquarters in Dublin, Holzman is getting a feel for what the city has to offer – on both sides of the Liffey.

Initially, the company found itself alongside a cohort of Irish start-ups in the Liffey Trust building – a start-up hub tucked behind the IFSC where...

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