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Digital Hub aims to have 700 workers under its roof in 2015

30th December, 2014
Gerry Macken, chief executive, the Digital Hub

Employment at the Digital Hub in Dublin is set to hit 700 next year, following on from a strong performance in 2014. Some 35 new companies were established in the hub this year, creating 150 new jobs.

Established in 2003 in Dublin’s Liberties, the Digital Hub offers low-cost office space for technology start-ups in the centre of the city.

Among the 35 companies to set up shop at the site in 2014 were the San Francisco-headquartered event planning...

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