Tech Humans of Dublin # 4: Conor Stanley, Tribal VC

Conor Stanley DublinGlobe.com

Mapping Dublin’s tech ecosystem, one human at a time.

I think the size of this town is what makes it work, it’s what forces people to get off the island early. At the same time you’ve got a great city, with brilliant amenities, it’s bounced back really well over the last couple of years, with a lot of international diversity, both in the types of companies being built and the people building them. In this building alone, there are sixteen different nationalities working away – that’s a massively positive thing. Dublin is booming and vibrant again, it’s got its mojo back.

What makes it different? Dublin’s a global village, it’s small but it’s big and internationally minded at the same time. It’s a great place to raise a family, and to travel to and from – you can get to New York in five or six hours. Or you can be in the Dublin mountains on your bike, which I do, in twenty minutes. You meet lots of interesting people, everywhere you go. It’s the people that make it.

@conorstan

Conor Stanley is the founder of Tribal VC, an early stage venture fund and co-location hub based on Dublin’s South William Street.

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