Digital Hub receives seven new entrants since start of 2016

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6 April 2016 | 0

Seven digital businesses – four international and three Irish – have moved their offices to the The Digital Hub since the start of 2016.

Among the seven new residents is award-winning workforce management software developer Bizimply, which employs 14 people and plans to double the team size in the next 12 months.

Also relocating are data governance platform developer Adaptive International; sales lead identification software developer Site Analytics; photo sharing platform CoinaPhoto; mobile content developer Zoozh; social media website ChildDiary; and enterprise resource management developer Pentagon 2000 Software.

Gerard Forde, CEO and co-founder, Bizimply, said: “We started our journey at the NDRC, as part of their LaunchPad programme in 2013, so it really feels like coming home to be back in the Liberties area of Dublin. It is great to be surrounded by so many great tech companies and we believe The Digital Hub will give us the flexibility and support that will allow us to expand rapidly and double our head count in the next 12 months.”

Discussing their recent move, Brendan Cannon, chief operating officer, Adaptive International, said: “We are excited to be now based in The Digital Hub, surrounded by a community of knowledge and expertise in all things digital. We chose The Digital Hub primarily because of its access to people and facilities but also because we want to tap into the wider ‘buzz’ of Dublin and Ireland as a centre for innovation in the areas of Data Governance 2.0. Over the coming months, we plan on hiring many new roles in Dublin, covering development, commercial, technical and operational positions.”

Gerry Macken, CEO, Digital Hub Development Agency, said: “At The Digital Hub, we are looking forward to playing our part to support their growth stories by providing a vibrant, collaborative and flexible working environment that will enhance their productivity.”

There are now over 700 people working in companies based at The Digital Hub making it the largest cluster of digital media, technology and Internet businesses in Ireland.

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