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About Dublin

Dublin, the vibrant capital city of Ireland, is a melting pot of history, culture, and innovation. From its Viking origins in 841 AD to its current status as a thriving tech hub, Dublin has continuously evolved while retaining its unique charm.

Renowned for the pints of Guinness, famous Irish writers and iconic musical talents like U2, Dublin offers a rich tapestry of cultural experiences. The city streets are infused with 'craic agus ceol' where visitors can immerse themselves in lively music and friendly banter.

Today, Dublin stands at the forefront of technological advancement, with the tech industry driving its economy forward. Alongside technology, other key sectors include Financial Services, Professional Services, Lifesciences, Transport & Logistics, and Arts and Recreation. The Dublin Docklands serve as a focal point for multinational corporations, attracted by the city's supportive environment and well-connected community.

Looking ahead to EBN Techcamp, scheduled for 19th to 21st November 2024, Furthr and the Guinness Enterprise Centre invite you to join us transform, innovate, and accelerate business growth. Dublin, where history meets innovation and opportunities prosper.


About Dublin
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Your Stay

Your stay

We have selected a wide array of hotels close to the venue. Click on the table or the map to know more and book your stay.

*Book via email quoting "EBN TechCamp"

**When selecting this hotel, enter promo code "JIFURT191124"

Arriving in Dublin

Arriving in Dublin

By plane


Dublin Airport is located on the outskirts, approximately 16 kilometers from Dublin City center. Traveling to and from the airport typically takes around 35 to 40 minutes by car or public transport.

All buses operating within Dublin Airport are conveniently situated just a short walk from the airport terminals. For more information on available transport connections at the airport, please visit the following link: Dublin Airport Transport Connection.

To find out more about getting around the Dublin city please visit - Explore Transport in Dublin

Taxi from the Airport:

Taxi ranks are conveniently located outside both terminals at Dublin Airport. Please note that UBER doesn’t operate in Dublin.

The estimated cost of a journey from the airport to the city center is €25-30. For more information on taxi fares and entitlements, please visit the following link: Taxi Information | Dublin Airport.

Bus from the Airport:

To find out more about getting around the Dublin city please visit - Explore Transport in Dublin


The Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) is conveniently located in Dublin 8 beside the Guinness Storehouse which is well-signposted in the city. It can be easily accessed by foot or public transport from the city.

Public transport links to the GEC:

The Luas: (Red Line)

The Fatima Luas stop is a 10mins walk

Dublin Bus:

G1, G2, S2, 13, 40 and 123 getting off at James St or Thomas St  

By Foot:

or those staying close by and would like to walk, you can always use your favourite Maps app with the following address: GEC, Taylor’s Ln, The Liberties, Dublin 8 or by simply imputing the Eircode: D08 YPP9.

Arriving to the Venue from the City Centre:

The Venue

The venue

The Guinness Enterprise Centre:

In November 2024, the highly anticipated EBN Techcamp will take place in the Guinness Enterprise Centre. The Guinness Enterprise Centre is Ireland’s largest innovation hub for start-ups and scaling companies. Where they play host to a community of creators, leaders and entrepreneurs.


Uniquely placed in the heart of the Liberties, Dublin 8 - a traditional neighborhood that has been a thriving centre for enterprise & innovation for centuries. Once home to the world’s largest brewery and the world’s biggest whiskey distillery, the area has seen a dramatic revival of investment and interest recently and is now a hub of diversity, enterprise and entertainment.


Adjacent to the cobbles and the Guinness Storehouse stands Ireland’s home for Entrepreneurs - The Guinness Enterprise Centre. Spanning an impressive 95,000 square foot across five floors, this dynamic space hosts a thriving community of 150 companies.

The Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) managed by Furthr has a clear mission to empower entrepreneurs to start and scale. The GEC is at the heart of the community of exceptionally talented and ambitious founders. Accommodating budding first-time entrepreneurs to late-stage tech companies like Black Shamrock, Benetel, Food Marble and Wellola to name just a few.

The GEC accommodates a diverse range of talent, partnerships, fostering innovation and collaboration at every turn. The GEC team eagerly anticipates the arrival of EBN Techcamp attendees.

As we come together to transform, innovate, and accelerate, the GEC look forward to welcoming you this November with “céad míle fáilte” - one hundred thousand welcomes!

Attractions close to the Guinness Enterprise Centre
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