Dublin is the capital city of Ireland which has had growth rates of 6% of GDP for more than a decade. Trinity College Dublin's Entreprenurship Programme takes place in TTEC on Pearse Street near TCD, an environment rich in research and with a good record of spin-out companies related to that research.
Our principal entrepreneurship training and support services focus on young postgraduate entrepreneurs who are seeking to carry forward research results into commercialisation. With several other enterprise centres in Dublin, NovaUCD, Invent DCU , and DBIC , 4th Level Ventures, venture capital operators with whom we share premises, the spin-out ethos is entirely international from day one.
As well as the students who come in from around the world, we help to tain postgraduates from other regions and countries, and we are a focal point for investigations of innovation processes from many countries for periods ranging from an afternoon to 6 months.
We brand all our offerings of office facilities, early stage finance training, our MBA workout, and our general entrepreneurship training under the GGN logo.