The GEC is the #1 University Associated Business Incubator in the World!
National Partnership Programme
The GEC's National Partnership Programme is a collaboration between the GEC and enterprise centres around Ireland.
Offering a 'home away from home', the objective of the programme is to engage in a collaborative effort, with our extensive network of centres nationally to develop regional start-ups and support and grow our vast network of entrepreneurs together.
On offer through this programme is use of the GEC's excellent facilities in the heart of Dublin as well as the opportunity for start-ups nationally to participate in the GEC's University Partnership Programme.
International Partnership Programme
The GEC International Partnership Programme is a collaboration between the GEC and enterprise centres globally to create a network focused on building entrepreneurial communities.
Partnering centres can offer their start-ups exciting opportunities, such as; live strategic business projects, GEC associated events, use of GEC facilities as well as participation in our University Partnership Programme.
University Partnership Programme
The GEC is ranked the world’s Top University Associated Business Incubator in the prestigious UBI Global rankings. The GEC partners with Top MBA Programmes and Universities globally, as we believe that these institutions inspire some of the world’s best entrepreneurial minds. This partnership affords start-ups exciting opportunities, such as, live strategic business projects, internships and collaborative research initiatives.
Prosper Series - “Your County is your business.”
The Prosper Series is a GEC initiative to create a network of support among a county’s business diaspora to enhance prosperity in the county through co-operation, knowledge sharing, creativity, inspiration, engagement and the creation of a stronger entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The Prosper Series is leading the way in building a network for a county’s diaspora who can provide a wealth of advice, knowledge and mentoring for businesses in the county on tackling key start-up challenges including access to markets, growing the business and connecting the entrepreneurs’ with potential investors.
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