Google opens an entrepreneur’s hub in Dublin

Google has opened a division of its tech hub network in Dublin, in partnership with Dogpatch Labs.

Members of Dogpatch Labs in Dublin, a physical space for companies to work from, will now have access to Google Tech Hub co-working spaces around the world. If you are a company working at Dogpatch Labs you can also now apply for further funding, training, and mentorship as well as access to Google programs and products.
If you are a company with global ambitions, you will also get a Google for Entrepreneurs Global Passport, which allows you to work for free at spaces designated at any other hub in the network. Dogpatch Labs members can work at any of the tech hubs for free.

Google Tech Hubs include

● Capital Factory, Austin.
● 1871, Chicago.
● Galvanize, San Francisco.
● Google Campus London.
● Google Campus Tel Aviv.
● Factory, Berlin.
● NUMA, Paris.
● Google Campus, Warsaw.
● Madrid, Spain (coming soon).
● Astrolab, Dubai, UAE.
● PASHA, Lahore, Pakistan.
● Google Campus, Seoul.
● JoziHub, Johannesburg.
● Fishburners, Sydney.

“With Dogpatch Labs and our Google for Entrepreneurs program, we hope Dublin’s business community will grow much faster, building products and companies that will take the world by storm,” says Ronan Harris, head of Google Ireland.

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