The Rubicon Centre is home to 57 knowledge based start-up companies, the Centre is jointly financed by CIT & Enterprise Ireland. Clients based at the Rubicon are at different stages of development, from concept stage to completing their first customer orders and many are already trading on the International Market. Here are just a few examples.
Nova Language Solutions
One company that has recently taken up residency at the Rubicon Centre is headed by female entrepreneur, Sinéad Healy. Sinéad began her business, Nova Language Solutions, in her spare bedroom and now works with up to twenty translators serving large software companies from all over the world …Read More
Regionally focused, the Rubicon centre is attuned to transitions in the local economy and ready to help move people into emerging new opportunities. When Motorola closed its doors in Cork with the loss of over 400 staff, the Rubicon Centre got in there to assist before the knowledge was scattered …Read More
One company resident in the Rubicon Centre is Wavebreak Media, a company founded by Sean Prior in 2006. The company provides stock footage through its sophisticated portal website and is the first in Europe to do so. Prior says that if there was a poster child for a company coming up through …Read More
One company that has benefitted hugely from the Rubicon Centre is Documatics, a business process software company currently resident in the centre. “Rubicon is a Catalyst to growth”, says David Boland, Founder & Chief Technical Officer of Documatics, “there is an energy here that drives …Read More