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Trinity goes all out to support entrepreneurship

Trinity College Dublin has launched a strategy to foster company creation, innovation and entrepreneurship across its entire campus.

The university announced its Strategy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship on 27 November with the goal of seeing 160 start-up companies form before the end of 2016.

The ambitious plan includes a €70 million, 13,000-square-metre building project to support business education and provide incubation for start-up enterprises. It will permeate all of the university’s 24 academic schools and make creativity and innovation an integral part of education there, said its provost Paddy Prendergast.

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