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DateThursday, March 05, 2015

tcube opens new tech coworking space in Dublin city centre

Dublin Commissioner for Startups, Niamh Bushnell, Officially Opens tcube's New Coworking Venue for Technology Startups


TCube CoWorking Opening - Barry Alistair - Niamh Bushnell - Eoin Costello.jpgNiamh Bushnell, Dublin Commissioner for Startups, has officially opened tcube's new coworking venue for technology start-ups in Dublin city centre. She was joined at the opening by Eoin Costello of Startup Ireland.



Established in 2013, tcube has steadily grown and will now provide 28 desk spaces for aspiring entrepreneurs in the web, app, mobile, digital and software sectors in the former Guinness Mahon Bank building located on Trinity Street in the heart of the city centre. The success has been attributed to access to the latest technology, cost effectiveness, location and the added benefit of collaboration with other like minded entrepreneurs.



The state of the art tcube coworking space provides everything that a budding tech entrepreneur needs. Its location and direct public transportation makes it very accessible for entrepreneurs, their teams and their visitors wherever they may be travelling from.



Technology includes fibre broadband, 2.4 and 5ghz wifi along with a data-centre in the bank building's secure gated vaults. With chill-out rooms, kitchens and shower rooms and 24 hour access, working in tcube is one of the coolest places for start-ups to get started!


Commenting on the opening of tcube, Dublin Commissioner for Startups, Niamh Bushnell said; "I am very excited to see tcube's new community space go live in the centre of Dublin city. Start-ups bloom in an environment of diversity, collaboration and serendipity and that's the type of environment that spaces like tcube offer. The benefit to Dublin is so much bigger than the space and facility itself!"

Niamh's view was echoed by Eoin Costello, founder of Startup Ireland, the organisation that is spearheading The Startup Gathering. He said; "A sufficient supply of high quality, well designed coworking space is essential to growing a global startup hub in Dublin by 2020. With today's opening of tcube, Startup Ireland is delighted to see the newest addition to Dublin's stock of startup coworking space in the heart of Dublin, another addition to the rapidly growing map of supports available to high growth start-ups."

Barry Alistair, an early adopter of coworking in Dublin and founding member of tcube said: "For any aspiring entrepreneur , the journey of taking their killer idea through planning, development, execution and delivery can be long. Financially, many entrepreneurs simply cannot sustain their startup existence and either suspend or completely shelve the great work that they have done. This is where tcube helps by providing a high-value coworking environment which is low-cost, allowing entrepreneurs and freelancers with similar goals to work alongside each other, whilst directing their finances where it matters most."


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