Talent Garden aims to nurture small businesses, providing informal networking and mentoring in a hothouse environment, writes Quinton O’Reilly
With DCU Alpha on its side , Talent Garden aims to give businesses the resources they need in developing areas like IoT and AI when it launches later this year. Come September, Talent Garden will be throwing its hat into the ring of co-working spaces designed for startups and corporations in the capital. With its focus on new and emerging technologies sectors like Internet of Things (IoT), its partnership with DCU Alpha, the university’s innovation hub, is the kind of draw it hopes will bring in a good mix of start-ups and innovation labs from the larger corporations, said one of its local partners, Niall O’Connor.
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