STATS announces setting up of EMEA HQ in Limerick providing boost to growing Irish sports tech scene

With the announcement of US giant STATS coming to Ireland, Emmet Ryan looks at the rapid rise of the Irish sports tech scene

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th November, 2017

Clusters are a funny thing. They are vital to getting a sector established in a region, in turning an area into where something happens, but there’s a small challenge in working out how to actually do it.

Simply waking up one day and deciding to say Galway is going to specialise in one thing, Limerick another, and so on isn’t an option. There has to be some organic element to it but the...

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