Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown - Learning & Innovation Centre (LINC)

Learning & Innovation Centre (LINC)

The LINC (Learning and Innovation Centre) is ITB's tangible link between the Institute and the Business Community making accessible the skills and expertise of the Institute to the business community in a professional and cost effective manner. As such it is a forum of excellence for innovation, creativity, research and enterprise focused on developing high-technology knowledge based companies. The LINC Centre provides industry standard office facilities to start-up businesses. Entrepreneurs looking to locate in the LINC are offered a range of business development supports including access to R& D facilities, business training, consultancy and mentoring and a high level of ICT Infrastructure as well as the incubation facilities and access to the enterprise support programs.

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