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The Digital Hub welcomes 10 new Irish companies

Written by Robert McHugh, on 14th Jul 2017. Posted in Technology

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The Digital Hub has welcomed ten new creative and tech businesses to its enterprise cluster in 2017.  These latest scaling businesses comprise a mix of international and indigenous based companies. 
 
The Digital Hub is Ireland’s largest cluster of digital media, technology and internet businesses. The introduction of ten new companies now brings the current number of companies located at The Digital Hub to 95 and employing over 700 people.
 
Of particular note is the increase of specialist creative businesses now establishing a presence in The Digital Hub. Included among the new companies to join The Digital Hub campus in Dublin 8 are businesses providing services covering animation, film and production, business training, public relations, interactive entertainment and film industry events.
 
Some of the new companies announcing their move to The Digital Hub include Gingerbread Animation, Planet Korda Pictures, Kubicle, Wachsman PR, Wachsman PR, Giraffe Games and Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
 
Speaking this week, Chief Executive Officer at The Digital Hub, Fiach Mac Conghail said, "2017 has been a busy year for The Digital Hub so far, and we are delighted to welcome ten new companies to our campus. Our enterprise community continues to grow and we are particularly thrilled to have a wider mix of creative companies established at the hub that can support and complement each other."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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