Proven experience supporting digital companies
Our vibrant campus offers companies of all sizes a space to scale and grow. Since 2003 hundreds of companies have progressed through our enterprise cluster and have gone on to create thousands of jobs in the Irish digital economy. Some of our alumni are household names, including Amazon, Distilled Media Group (Daft.ie), Havok, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Riverdeep), Kavaleer, Square1, Lincor, MTT, Slack and Stripe.
Our resident Irish and international companies are at the forefront of software development, content creation and technology services. We are proud of the role The Digital Hub plays in boosting Ireland’s reputation as a global player in the technology and digital content industries.
A nurturing digital community
The Digital Hub is focused on providing a collaborative environment where digital companies can thrive. Structured support in the form of workshops and seminars complement the natural networking environment we encourage. And our state-of-the-art office space and facilities are ideally located in the heart of Dublin City.
A supportive partner of the local community
We love our local community and enjoy being able to give back through several learning initiatives. The Future Creators programme, which we run with the National College of Art and Design and H2 Learning, gives local young people aged between 13-16 the digital skills that are so necessary in today’s world. The programme involves hands-on workshops, seminars, visits to technology multinationals and end of year showcases. We also run digital literacy training for people in the local community who want to learn how to navigate their way around the internet and get the most out of their personal devices.
The Digital Hub and the Irish Government
The Digital Hub is managed by the Digital Hub Development Agency, an Irish state agency set up in 2003. The Digital Hub Development Agency runs The Digital Hub and implements its enterprise and campus development strategy. It also facilitates and contributes to urban regeneration in the Liberties area and pilots projects that are vital to the ongoing development of the digital sector in Ireland.