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DCU innovation centre targets 100 companies and 800 jobs over next three years

Irish tech firm Neosfar plans to set up a new R&D facility, creating 30 jobs, at DCU Alpha

9th December, 2015
DCU's innovation centre, DCU Alpha, has doubled its targets

Irish technology company Neosfar plans to set up a new R&D facility, creating 30 jobs, at Dublin City's University's innovation centre, DCU Alpha, while Indian software firm NIIT, will locate its new European delivery centre at the campus.

The announcements are the first steps in DCU Alpha's plans to grow to 100 companies, employing 800 people, over the next three years, double the number targeted when it was established two years ago. The centre,...

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