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New start-up hub opens in Galway

5th June, 2016
Olivia Lavelle of LingoHost; Bernard Byrne, chief executive, AIB and Maurice OGorman of Galway Chamber of Commerce

A total of ten companies employing more than 30 people have set up at the PorterShed, an AIB-backed initiative to support start-ups and SMEs in Galway.

The companies span various fields, including software, film development, customer service, language education, contactless payment, fashion and training.

“It is an extremely exciting time for the start-up community in Galway and the west of Ireland. We are proud to take our place in the PorterShed and look forward to working...

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