The Government must play to Ireland's strengths and help Dublin to continue to grow, according to Dublin Chamber of Commerce. Dublin Chamber issued the call following the release this morning of the first Dublin Economic Monitor, which shows that the Dublin Region continues to lead the national economic recovery. The Chamber said Dublin's strong performance should be viewed as a huge positive for the country.
Zalando SE, Europe's leading online fashion platform for men, women and children, today announced the opening of its new Zalando Fashion Insights Centre in Dublin. Taoiseach Enda Kenny, T.D. was joined by the Tánaiste Joan Burton T.D. and Robert Gentz, Founder and co-CEO of Zalando at the official opening of the new Insights Centre in Dublin's Silicon Docks.Zalando is locating in Ireland to meet the growing demand for top quality candidates in the field of research and development, big data analysis, data science and engineering.
Wayra, TelefÃ³nicaâs global start-up accelerator, has justÂ announced a new call for projects in order to find new business proposals in the fields of Internet and new technologies. In Dublin, Wayra is based on Sir John Rogerson's Quay and has supported 11 Irish start-ups to date. They are looking to support up to 10 start-ups in Dublin this call andÂ for the best projects that take part in the acceleration programmeÂ will provideÂ financing of â¬40,000; expert mentors andÂ dedicated workspace for up to 9 months for their team.
Startup Weekend is coming to Dublin on the 7th-9th of June, an occasion for developers, designers and people with a passion for new technologies, business and brilliant ideas to come together for weekend long workshops to pitch new proposals, form teams, and start companies.
Marin Software to Establish its International HQ in Dublin with Plans to Create 35 New Jobs Over Three Years
Marin Software Incorporated (“Marin”), provider of a leading advertising management platform for search, display, social and mobile, is establishing its international headquarters in Dublin and plans to create 35 new jobs over the next three years. The investment is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.