Computer Generated Images, created by uniqueAT for the formal announcement, the Guinness Enterprise Centre has today unveiled an ambitious development plan for our landmark building on Taylor’s Lane in Dublin 8. Planning permission for the €10m redevelopment
and expansion was lodged this week with Dublin City Council. 1,500 direct jobs are forecast for the next five years, while the Exchequer will also benefit from a €75m boost.
The Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) opened for business in 2000 with the ambition of providing the environment and all the necessary supports to enable early stage business’s to grow and prosper. It has been the launch pad for hundreds of successful start-ups in Ireland, many of which now have a global footprint. Read more on GEC website here
Lord Mayor of Dublin Nial Ring said: “This expansion of the Guinness Enterprise Centre was made possible by Dublin City Council’s agreement to guarantee this refurbishment & expansion funding. We were pleased to do so in order that the GEC, which has been offering supports and affordable working spaces to start-ups and scaling micro enterprises since 1999, will develop further innovation at the heart of Dublin City.”
Read more about the announcement on GEC website here
and The Irish Times Dublin’s Guinness Enterprise Centre set for €10m expansion