Silicon Docks or Silicon Valley?
Many Irish tech start-ups are looking across the Atlantic instead of remaining at home
You could almost call it the Stripe effect. A host of companies which have become fixtures on Ireland’s tech and start-up scene are setting their sights on new offices in the US.
So is this a start-up drain, or something else?
This will be debated at the Futurescope conference, a conference being held this week by Dublin Business Innovation Centre (DBIC), the seed investor and incubation centre.
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