Dublin is top in technology, but the state needs to do more to support startups | MCUTimes

Dublin is top in technology, but the state needs to do more to support startups

It has been a positive week on the technical front with news highlighting how Dublin is still a place companies want to be based.

First was one executive order that Arianna Huffington’s “behavior change” startup Thrive will establish a software engineering center in the capital, leading to the creation of 40 highly qualified roles. This was followed by news that Dublin has just been ranked third best European “technological city of the future” behind London and Paris.

This is the second year in a row that the Irish capital secured a third place and scored high on a number of fronts.

The Financial Times’ fDi Intelligence, which is behind the rankings, described Dublin as a “thriving hotspot in the start-up space”, something that many of those involved in the scene would wholeheartedly agree with.

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