Skibbereen switching on to digital hub project

The west Cork town has ambitious plans to attract digital start-ups and create 500 jobs by 2020

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
15th August, 2015
Grainne Dwyer, project director at the Ludgate Hub in Skibbereen Picture: John Allen

A new digital hub opening in Skibbereen later this year is aiming to get more digital businesses to consider locating in rural Ireland.

Grainne Dwyer, project director at the Ludgate Hub, said the move to attract start-up businesses to Skibbereen was part of increased focus to develop the town.

“The town has started to fill up. There are office spaces, there’s a state of the art new arts centre, and a new school. This is...

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