Patrick Walsh, Managing Director of Dogpatch Labs said: “The partnership with Google will allow us to increase our already significant outreach into Dublin’s startup community. It will bring many benefits to Dublin’s startups, including mentoring programmes and access to Google engineers and experts. One of the things that really excites me about this partnership is the ‘Google Tech Hub International Passport’: now if you are a member of Dogpatch you can hotdesk across a range of Google-based cowork spaces and communities right across the globe, from London to Berlin to San Francisco to Tel Aviv to Sydney to locations across Asia. For startups that are scaling internationally, that’s a massive value-add.”
— Google4Entrepreneurs (@GoogleForEntrep) August 27, 2015
Via Tech.eu: This partnership between Google and Dogpatch Labs highlights Dublin’s status as a global startup hub. It’s also a concrete example to the world of how startups and global corporations proactively work and innovate together out of Dublin, commented Niamh Bushnell, the city’s Startup Commissioner.
— Dublin Globe (@DublinGlobe) August 27, 2015
Pictured: Patrick Walsh, Managing Director of Dogpatch Labs, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton T.D., Jayne Ronayne, CEO and co founder KonnectAgain and Ronan Harris, Head of Google Ireland. Picture: Conor McCabe Photography.