Job creation
The GEC and it's community will create 3,000 new jobs over the next 5 years
New Business
At The GEC we provide 95,000 sq ft of space that entrpreneurs call home. That's over 150 companies and 900 people in the heart of Dublin City Centre!
Real world innovation
We bring together the brightest minds and most ambitious talent across education, enterprise, community and government to solve problems and build exciting new solutions
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GEC creates Healthcare Innovation Cluster

  • GEC brings together over 15 healthcare innovators
  • Leveraging partnerships with leading Irish hospitals seeking innovation
  • Innovation workshops, product validation, healthcare meet ups & events

GEC named Top University Associated Business Incubator in the world

  • Our award-winning University Programme connects top universities and MBA programmes around the workld with Ireland’s most innovative entrepreneurs, startups and scaleups.
  • Access some of the world’s best entrepreneurial minds – from strategic business projects and internships, to collaborative research initiatives.
  • Giving students real-world business challenges helps the next generation of innovators and enables them to launch a career in Europe and beyond.
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GEC residents

Don’t just take our word for it

Startup stories

Examfly – an education technology start-up disrupting the professional skills & training market.
Sonia Neary is the co-founder and CEO of Wellola, an innovative digital health software company that leverages technology to support hospital-at-home and self-management care models.
5th June 2021

An education technology start-up that seeks to disrupt the market in professional skills and training.

22nd May 2021

An innovative digital health software company that leverages technology to support hospital-at-home and self-management care models.

“In addition to having a unique opportunity for Acclino to present at the inaugural Prosper Limerick event at the GEC in January 2019, the event organisers arranged a one-to-one meeting for me with an established business investor who critiqued my business model and provided valuable advice on access routes to the USA market.”

Damian Murphy, Acclino
Limerick

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