startlab Dublin is calling all tech startups to apply for its latest program. 

startlab is a dedicated tech startup incubation space on Dublin’s Camden Street and was designed to support the thriving tech startup community in Ireland.

Powered by Bank of Ireland, the new startlab offers successful applicants free desk space as well as a full range of tailored business supports including mentorship from the bank’s dedicated Innovation and Enterprise team.

“Irish startups such as Plynk, BriteBiz and Deposify are fantastic examples of the success of our innovation programme,” says Dave Tighe, Head of Open Enterprise and Innovation.

“Plynk was born in our Grand Canal Workbench and within 24 months raised €25 million in Series A funding.

“The decision to open startlab Dublin is part of our continued strategy around fostering and growing entrepreneurship. For us, Camden Street is fast becoming a creative quarter and it is the perfect location.”

Pictured are (l-r_ Clare Mchugh, CEO of Axionista; Francesca McDonagh, CEO, Bank of Ireland; and Dave Tighe, Head of Open Enterprise & Innovation at Bank of Ireland.

Pictured are (l-r) Clare McHugh, CEO of Axionista; Francesca McDonagh, CEO, Bank of Ireland; and Dave Tighe, Head of Open Enterprise & Innovation, Bank of Ireland.


Apply now

Application for startlab Dublin is by invitation only. Tech startups can apply here before January 23 and if successful they will receive up to six months of free mentoring, support and workspace to scale their business.

Apply now ahead of the January 23, 2018 deadline.

Camden Street is the third technology incubator space operated by Bank of Ireland, the first opening in Galway in 2016 and the second in 2017 in New York supporting Irish tech companies to scale their business in North America. The programme is an extension of existing successful Bank of Ireland Workbench facilities already available in Dublin (Grand Canal Square and Trinity College Dublin) Galway, Cork and Limerick with more Workbenches launching in Ireland in 2018.