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The Docklands Business Forum Directory

CONNECTIONS Ireland’s premier business network

2013 - 2014


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DUBLIN CITY ENTERPRISE BOARD

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A message of support

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THE FORUM IN BRIEF

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FOREWORD

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By Bobby Kerr

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JOINING UP THE DOCKS

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By Alan Robinson, CEO, Docklands Business Forum

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CHAIRMAN’S STATEMENT

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By Ciaran Flanagan, Chairman, Docklands Business Forum

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WHY A DIRECTORY

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By Nicholas Cloake, Editor of CONNECTIONS

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THE FORUM THE ENVIRONMENT AND CSR

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By Brian Smyth and Brídín Mulhall

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FORUM EVENTS

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A collage of events CONNECTIONS is published by the Docklands Business Forum, designed to showcase its members and the Docklands.

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Editor Nicholas Cloake MIDI

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Design and Project Management DCH Partners Editorial and Project Support Alan Robinson IDEA Printing Brunswick Press

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By AIB Branch, IFSC

THE DOCKLANDS BUSINESS NETWORK

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By Michael Hearte

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BUSINESS FORUM MEMBERS LISTING

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SMEs AND THE DOCKLANDS

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By Alec Drew

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EDUCATION IN THE DOCKLANDS

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By Regina Dunne

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THE COMMUNITY: THE JUNCTION

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By Jim Hargis

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BUSINESSES IN THE WIDER DOCKLANDS AREA

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Contributors: Alan Robinson Ciaran Flanagan Brian J Smyth Brídín Mulhall Regina Dunne Debbie Dyas Michael Harte Alec Drew Jim Hargis

BANKING IN THE DOCKLANDS

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duBlIN cItY eNterprIse Board the dublin city enterprise Board is delighted to be involved in and contributing to this docklands Business Forum initiative, the docklands Business directory. the goals of the dublin city enterprise Board and the docklands Business Forum are largely compatible, each organisation working in its own way to assist and further the development of enterprise. the Forum plays an important role in assisting, promoting and representing enterprise in the docklands area. The Dublin City Enterprise Board helps start up businesses and micro businesses in Dublin City with enterprise information, advice, training courses, mentoring, networking and in some cases grants and financial assistance. We are a 5 person limited company with a voluntary Evaluation Committee and Board of Directors.

EDITORS NOTE

We would also like to thank the Steering Group for their assistance in collating the sizable amount of content that required for this publication. Finally our thanks to our members who supplied their listings and their general support for the Forum. Nicholas Cloake, DCH Partners Directory Editor

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There are few more daunting challenges of professional life then starting up your own enterprise. The fierce competitiveness of modern commercial life with an increasingly regulated workplace make having a good idea and strong work ethic no longer enough to sustain many entrepreneurs through the early years. At the DCEB we provide assistance in a number of ways; •

Financial Assistance Support for eligible businesses

Ideas Generation Workshops

Start Your Own Business Courses

Mentor Programme

Business and Management Development Training Courses

Enterprise Network for Women

Business Development Networks

If you or a budding entrepreneur you know could use any of our assistance please do not hesitate to contact us. I am confident the initiative of the Docklands Business Directory will bear fruit in promoting business to business relationships in the Docklands areas, increasing local commercial activity and fostering new partnerships and strategic alliances. Greg Swift Chief Executive Officer Dublin City Enterprise Board

Dublin City Enterprise Board provided financial assistance in the production of this Directory.

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The Docklands Business Forum would like to take this opportunity to thank those who were generous with their time and support for this the inaugural Docklands Directory. In particular we are grateful to the Dublin City Enterprise Board for their significant financial support and our advertisers as these contributions made this project possible.

At the DCEB we support micro enterprise development in Dublin City, thus strengthening the sustainability of local economies to provide employment opportunities within their own communities. More specifically we provide support for businesses with up to 10 employees.

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2 Connections 2013 - 2014

the docKlaNds BusINess Forum IN BRIEF The Docklands Business Forum is a voluntary association of businesses in Dublin’s Docklands, representing multinationals, major corporates and SME’s. As a volunteer-driven association of business people and organisations, the Forum is committed to making the Docklands a better place in which to live, work and visit. Although originally set up within the DDDA the Forum has since become an independent organisation with over one hundred paying company members and an elected executive. This Executive is made up of representatives from our broad membership base representing all industries in the area. To date the Forum has successfully brought together many groups, businesses, communities and individuals across the area. Our primary objectives are to help establish a thriving and vibrant business community across the Dublin Docklands by: Being the representative voice of business in the Docklands area. By promoting job creation, economic development and local trade. By sustaining and growing employment opportunities through increasing B2B revenue.

By promoting the Docklands area as a social and recreational destination.

the Forum has a track record of helping to develop the docklands with little or no budget: Connecting Businesses Networking Events Mentoring Awards Programme Expert Speakers and Seminars New Directory of Docklands CSR Programme On-going promotion of Docklands

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and literally cleaning up the Docklands

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By fostering strong ties between business and the local communities.


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Foreword By Bobby Kerr

As a local businessman with six Insomnia stores throughout the Docklands both north and south of the River Liffey, I have been a close observer of business activity in the Docklands for a long time and have also seen the many projects, negotiations and activities which the Docklands Business Forum have been involved in while trying successfully to support and further enhance the business environment within the Dublin Docklands. The Docklands Business Forum have certainly had their work cut out for them, in particular, over the last three years. Not only have they maintained an important close network of businesses within the Docklands area, but they have managed to greatly enhance these relationships to create something really unique – a sense of belonging and a true commercial bond between the largest of the corporations on the planet and some of the smallest businesses in the area. This is seen through successful endeavors such as the Annual Docklands Volunteer Cleanup where professionals swap their keyboards for paintbrushes for a day to paint, weed and dredge all over the Docklands. Other initiatives include engaging local stakeholders to create vehicles for the public to come and experience the Docklands, as outlined in another section of this publication. The DBF have engaged with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority and Dublin City Council over the past year and have made significant contributions to the direction of planning within the Docklands with key submissions to the new Strategic Development Zone and ongoing engagement on business to community relations at many levels. In addition, within the short space of a few years, they have created one of the most successful business award events in Ireland with the high profile Docklands Business Awards, yet again sold out this year.

The Dockands is an area that consistently punches above its weight and this is something which can also be said about many of the companies listed within this document. ‘Success breeds success’ and in the Docklands you can sense the entrepreneurial spirit in the air. It’s alluring, it’s infectious and the Docklands Business Forum is the pivotal link that enables these businesses not only to engage at a commercial, sustainability and community level, but will passionately defend, promote and represent every single enterprise within the area to make it Europe’s premier business hub.

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This publication, the Docklands Business Directory, represents another significant project by this group of committed business people. This important document is a significant marker in time recording the remarkable rise of a relatively new commercial business district which has the uncanny ability to attract the world’s commercial giants and spawn innovation and entrepreneurship.

Bobby Kerr Broadcaster & Entrepreneur

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JOINing up the docks! The member businesses listed in this publication are doing more than their daily commercial activity, important as that is. They have stepped out beyond their own threshold to connect with other enterprises in the Docklands to create a business community. By working together in the Docklands Business Forum businesses are not only working to realise their own potential but striving to ensure this fabulous urban space realises its possibilities also. The year 2013 was spent trying to figure how to restart Docklands development. The winding up of the DDDA, Dublin City Council taking control and the process of designating Docklands a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ). All the talk became building heights, development densities and planning flexibility. Getting the SDZ right is vitally important. Docklands is primarily a business brand. From the very start its primary focus was to attract large enterprises into the city, create wealth and with it thousands of well paid jobs. It has succeeded beyond the imaginings of its founding innovators. We have worked hard in the Forum to ensure that the focus remains on the original goal and ensure that we build on what has already been achieved.

Brian J Smyth, Accenture Tim Darmody, Darmody Archictecture Robert Colleran, Allsop Space Limited Laura Donovan, Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane Alan Robinson, (Forum CEO) Betty Ashe, St Andrew’s Resource Centre Johnny McElhinney, (Treasurer) John McElhinney & Co Ciaran Flanagan (Forum Chairman) IDEA Nicholas Cloake (Forum Deputy Chairman) DCH Partners Michael Harte, Mail Boxes Etc.

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Missing from photograph: John Treacy, Treacy Consulting and Sarah McCrory, Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane.

But there is a paradox in the positive developments of the Docklands. For all the success in creating employment and development it remains an untapped seam of opportunity. Large areas of the Docklands remain almost empty outside business hours and weekends.

The refurbished Sir John Rogerson’s and North Wall Quays are recreation resources that go largely unused throughout the year. We are working with the Dublin Port Company and Dublin City Council to develop this area as a family friendly day trip destination. Equally the Grand Canal Dock is potentially a world class water sports venue and we are working with Waterways Ireland to realise this potential. According to a recent European Commission report Marine tourism is one of the next big trends. The infrastructure in the Docklands is perfectly placed to benefit. We have ideal space for visiting yachts on the eastern River Liffey and the Grand Canal Basin. Seven large hotels within walking distance, the adjacent DART and Luas rail networks, the airport access through the Port Tunnel and even a ferry terminal nearby all give Docklands enormous potential to realise fantastic benefits for the City. At the eastern end of the Grand Canal Dock lie four pieces of Dublin’s Georgian heritage. Restoring the Camden Lock Gates, first opened in 1796, will allow ships and large yachts into the Basin with all the exciting tourist potential that entails. Remarkably the three Georgian Graving Docks have survived. Restoring them as useful public amenities is now our goal. With so much history to offer the development of a tourist trail could bring and guide visitors through the area. The many cafes, bars and hotels perfectly complement this new use. All these initiatives do not compete with Docklands as an international hub for business services, they complement it. The Docklands presents the city with an unparalleled opportunity. It needs an organisation with the vision, connections and leadership to bring together the areas disparate and complementary resources to realise its promise. With modest resources the Docklands Business Forum can do the job.

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The Steering Committee pictured from Left:

There are untapped opportunities for small enterprises in providing products and services to large local corporations and their employees. We have initiated networks that are bearing real fruit for our smaller member businesses in gaining access to decision makers in larger corporations. One successful meeting can be a ‘game changer’ for a small or new business. Companies sourcing products and services locally have a positive impact on the local economy and the city environment.

Joining up the Docks!

There is a paradox in the positive developments of the Docklands. For all the success in creating employment and development it remains an untapped seam of opportunity.

Alan Robinson CEO Docklands Business Forum

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5 Chairman’s Satement

Those of us fortunate enough to live or work in the Docklands can see rapid change and progress all around.

Chairman’s statemenT Ciaran Flanagan, Chairman. Ireland is bouncing back from the worst recession in living memory and nowhere can this be seen so vividly than Dublin’s Docklands. So, it is opportune that we launch the first Docklands Business Directory at a time when this vibrant business area is expanding its strong business base of both multinational Tech and Finance businesses along with the traditional shipping and business support services. The Directory not only marks a baseline paper on activity in the area but also provides a collection of articles on the status of the Docklands. Those of us fortunate enough to live or work in the Docklands can see rapid change and progress all around. From the records on cruise ship visits by the Dublin Port Authority which broke the 100th cruise ship target twelve years ahead of predictions this year to the multitude of announcements on the lettings of the remaining commercial buildings which have been vacant for the past number of years. The recently approved Docklands Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) will further accelerate the growth by acting as a fast-track planning scheme which will allow buildings up to 22 storeys high to be constructed on 66 hectares of riverside lands previously under the control of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) which is winding up this year and transferring its powers to the Dublin City Council.

The existing plans under the SDZ will mean an additional 2,600 new homes and between 300,000 and 350,000 sq m of commercial space, providing a potential 23,000 additional jobs from the SDZ alone. So, after a number of years of stagnation the Docklands seems yet again to be on the rise and it will be a completely different place yet again in another three to five years. Even more vibrant, even more compelling and an even brighter jewel in Ireland’s business crown.

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The DDDA have always been of great support to the Docklands Business Forum and we will miss their engagement while looking forward to developing a closer and deeper relationship with Dublin City Council.

Ciaran Flanagan Chairman, Docklands Business Forum

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Introduction

The objective of this directory is to provide a comprehensive account of the activities of the Forum, a listing of its members, articles of interest to those working and living in the Docklands and a wider listing of businesses in the area - all in a single bound document.

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whY do we Need a dIrectorY? Over the past three years the Docklands Business Forum has striven to upgrade its communications to both its members, Dockland stakeholders and the wider business community. Beginning with a rebrand that delivered the new logo, the Forum has continued to concentrate on the quality of its material. We have endeavoured, with minimal budgets, to ensure our brand is supported by the best possible communications material in print, web and on-line. Examples of this to date include the promotional and display material for the Dockland Business Awards in 2012 and the Awards in 2013. We have also invested in material for the Annual Clean-Up, the Summer Barbeque and an on-going revamp of the Forum’s website. The Directory is part of this process and for the first time provides a comprehensive account of both the activities of the Forum and a listing of its members in a simple and elegant bound format. There is a tendency for organisations, when asked about their activities, to direct people to a website, and although the redesigned Forum website provides ample information it was felt that

a directory would be a more efficient way to really communicate the myriad of activities and initiatives that the Forum is involved with. By incorporating all our members in a single visual listing it demonstrates the opportunities for inter-member business activity. We hope that our members will use this directory as a tool to identify prospects and possible business partners. In fact the primary aim is to ensure that we can CONNECT our members with each other and demonstrate to those businesses who have not joined the Forum, that it is extremely worthwhile to consider membership. It is also important that we have a way of charting progress and be able to look back on successful events over a defined period. So why a Directory - it simply provides a window in time that illustrates, in a single document, the breath of the Docklands Business Forum’s commitment to the area and its ambitions for same. Nicholas Cloake Deputy Chairman

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7 CSR & Environment

The subcommittee, established in 2008, represents businesses in the Docklands region and actively raises awareness of the challenges and opportunities of operating in a low-carbon economy. Part of our remit is to support initiatives to ensure the locality remains a vibrant and attractive place to live and work and we do this by organising awareness events with expert guest speakers who advise Forum members on CSR & Environment issues.

the FORUM, the ENVIRONMENT aNd CSR In recent years we have had a focus on how environmental initiatives can help reduce the bottom line for our members. We have delivered a number of case studies on the significant savings to be made by ‘going green’ as well providing members direct access to government agencies who provide financial support for such initiatives. The CSR and Environment group also launched a mentoring programme that partnered SME’s with large corporates to pick up tips and learn first-hand how such savings could be made.

Painting of hoardings along North Wall Quay and Mayor Street – two of the busiest and most high profile sites in the docklands area;

Weeding and Street Clean of North Wall Quay and Mayor Street preventing rubbish from blowing into the Liffey and out to sea;

Collecting litter in Pearse Square Park;

Clean-Up of Grand Canal basin where a large amount of litter had accumulated – just in time for the Docklands SummerFest!

Thanks to everyone who turned up on the day, and for helping to make the Forum’s Annual Spring Clean such a success! The CSR & Environment subcommittee also works at a strategic level to improve the environment in the Docklands region. The subcommittee worked closely with the DBF board to help gather support from businesses representing more than 20,000 employees to lobby Dublin City Council to bring Dublinbikes to the docklands. With the arrival of Dublinbikes scheduled for early 2014 the docklands will become an even more accessible location for workers, residents and tourists alike. The subcommittee also contributes knowledge, best practice and expertise to DBF members and previously published a useful guide for businesses on lowering the carbon footprint and reducing costs. If you would like to become involved, please contact info@docklandsbusinessforum.ie Brian Smyth and Brídín Mulhall CSR & Environment Subcommittee

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csr & environment subcommittee objectives To promote the ideals of business and community “thriving together” by promoting socially responsible business and improving the quality of life, for all, in a sustainable Docklands area.

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The flagship event for the CSR and Environment subcommittee is the Annual Docklands Cleanup, which provides a positive “giving it back” medium for business to the local community and a networking opportunity for the volunteers! This year was the 3rd time the event has taken place and was the biggest ever DBF Spring Clean with more than 60 volunteers representing 20 businesses across the docklands area. The weather was glorious and enabled us to complete the following activities:

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The Docklands Business Forum, supports, collaborates and organises a multitude of events around the Docklands area. This Summer saw 80,000 people gather around the Grand Canal Basin for the Waterways Ireland Docklands Summer Festival. There are also many other events managed by the Forum and its members, including networking, business talks and the Docklands Business Awards to name but a few.

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9 Banking in the Docklands

the docKlaNds aNd BANKING In the regeneration of the Docklands Area the first pioneers were Banks and the IFSC quickly became a world class centre for banking and financial services. As the redevelopment of the area continued and a myriad of new businesses and new residents choose the Docklands as their base and homes, banking services became an important requirement. Apart from the commercial banking there was also a significant demand for high-street banks and AIB were there from the beginning. individuals working in the area as it allows them to arrange their banking business before they head to the office. As a community bank, we continue to work with local schools and colleges in the area. We are actively involved in the National College of Ireland third level account recruitment each year and support the student union in their activities.

Most recent statistics show that more than 32,500 staff are directly employed within the IFSC. The Dublin Docklands area has many newly modernised apartments and office blocks. Our observation of the footfall in the area indicates trends towards a young professional demographic in the higher income earner category. The docklands area is busy, in particular between the hours of 8am and 6pm. However, we would also observe a significant reduction in activity from 6.00pm with a movement of people out of the area.

A focus on customer service is central to AIB’s strategy, and we continue to enhance our distribution capability through increased online services, mobile banks and self-service lobbies. With over 800,000 AIB customers now using on-line banking, the bank is accelerating investment in our digital capability, allowing a higher level of self-service and automation of transactions at any time.

AIB is one of two retail banks in the IFSC and offer a sales and service advisory centre. The AIB branch is located in the centre of the IFSC. To facilitate the early morning passing trade we recently introduced early morning mortgage appointments for anyone working in the area. This has proven very popular to

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The IFSC and the Dublin Docklands continue to play an important role in the recovery of the Irish economy, and the continued hope is that AIB will be a part of this as it does. Our thanks to Debbie Dyas of AIB IFSC for supplying this article

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The top 50 banks in the world have an operation in the IFSC, and more than 7,500 managed entities carry out their business in the area. Statics show that more than 32,500 staff are directly employed within the IFSC.

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The IFSC plays a major role in the Irish business world. It is one of the leading financial services centre in the world, and currently there are more than 500 international operations trading in the area. The top 50 banks in the world have an operation in the IFSC, and more than 7,500 managed entities carry out their business in the area.


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we BelIeVe the BUSINESS NETWORK Is at the heart oF our orgaNIsatIoN 2013 proved to be a very successful year for networking enthusiasts among the business community within in the Docklands. The Docklands Business Forum facilitated three successful networking events which enabled local businesses to share ideas and ultimately source new business opportunities. Our first main networking event in March was held in Jury’s Hotel. Our main guest speaker Colm Lyon the CEO and founder of Realex Payments gave an insightful analysis on the strategic advantages of locating within the Docklands and also highlighted the ongoing challenges that Dublin face regarding minimising red tape and enhancing cost competitiveness to allow start ups and SME’s to prosper. Our breakfast meeting in June was supported by the Marker Hotel. We were delighted to welcome Frank Daly the chairman of the National Asset Management Agency to present to the local business community in which he announced an investment programme worth up to 2 billion euro for the Docklands.

Furthermore we will continue to source business leaders to address and debate some of the real business issues facing the business community in the Docklands

2014 will prove to be an exciting year for the Docklands Business Forum. The Docklands business community will play a crucial role in Ireland’s economic recovery with the Forum at its epicentre by creating and facilitating the necessary connections and relationships to reestablish the Docklands as a key economic driver to Ireland’s recovery.

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The Docklands Business Forum has an on-going policy of creating opportunities for its members to network and develop business relationships. The Forum organises a least three such gatherings every year.

Our annual September barbeque evening held in the Maldron Hotel allowed our members to network in a more relaxed and informal setting. Our guest speaker John Bruder CEO of Burlington Real Estate informed the audience on the crucial importance of having the adequate infrastructure in place within the Docklands and in particular the required commercial office space that is needed to continue in attracting overseas investment into the area.

Finally, we would like to thank our members for the valuable support in continuing to shape and implement our shared vision of connecting business to the community within the Docklands. Michael Noel Harte Steering Committee 23


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memBers lIstINg The Docklands Business Community is a diverse one. From international giants to single entrepreneurs operating in Dublin’s most vibrant quarter. The Docklands Business Forum members employ thousands of individuals, both local, from all parts of the Island and every part of the world, making the Docklands the essence of cosmopolitan Ireland. More importantly this area contributes enormously to our nation’s economy and demonstrates World-Class business in action. NOTE: The listings are generally alphabetical with minor alterations to suit spacing and layout.

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Member Listing 2013 -2014

A&L Goodbody

Acuman

A&L Goodbody is internationally recognised as one of Ireland’s leading Corporate law firms. The combined Dublin and Belfast team advise on the most challenging and complex assignments, for national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and Government.

With over 60 directly employed staff and extensive supply chain partner network, Acuman Facilities Management has an exceptional geographical reach across Ireland, with offices in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, as well as an extensive technical and management offering in the technical services, soft services, design consultancy, property and project management areas.

The Firm has acted for more than 600 of the world’s leading corporations and advisors interacting with Ireland. This includes investment into and out of Ireland, cross border transactions, and a range of other complex international assignments. With 570 people, led by 80 Partners, A&L Goodbody has a longstanding history of working closely with the international legal and business community.This is supported by offices in London, New York and Palo Alto. The lawyers based in these offices provide Irish legal advice to multi-national corporations and the international business community. We also have initiatives in place with China and other international jurisdictions.

In addition, Acuman Facilities Management offers contemporary Environmental, Health & Safety and Energy Management Departments, which not only ensure that the company uses leading edge best practice in these areas, but also provide consultancy services and resident managers on client sites. Acuman Facilities Management Ltd Swords Business Campus, Balheary Road, Swords, Co. Dublin.

01 241 2200 www.acuman.ie

A&L Goodbody, IFSC, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

01 649 2000 info@algoodbody.com www.algoodbody.com

8am Mortgage Appointments available in AIB IFSC.

AIB IFSC Branch

Accenture Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with approximately 275,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. The company generated net revenues of US$28.6 billion for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2013. Its home page is www.accenture.com. Accenture 1 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2.

01 407 6000 info@accenture.com www.accenture.com

At AIB IFSC branch, we are open for Mortgage appointments from 8am. We are committed to supporting the community with a qualified Lending and Home Mortgage team. The team are available to offer advice and arrange a Mortgage package tailored to suit individual needs. Our qualified Savings & Investment team is available to provide practical advice on all aspects of Investments including Life Assurance and Retirement Planning. “Our aim is to be recognised as the best bank locally, and we want to assure you that we are very much open for all your business and personal banking needs”. To book an appointment with one of our Mortgage Co-ordinators, drop in, call 01-8291880 or e-mail damien.d.casey@aib.ie Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Credit facilities are subject to repayment capacity and financial status, and are not available to persons under 18 years of age. Security may be required. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is a tied agent of Irish Life Assurance plc, for life and pensions business. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Irish Life Assurance plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Before you find the home, we’ll help you with the homework. Talk to our dedicated Mortgage Co-ordinator Damien Casey and let us help you get “mortgage ready”. To book your appointment, call 01 8291880 or email damien.d.casey@aib.ie

AIB IFSC, Excise Walk, Clarion Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1

01 829 1880

Drop into AIB IFSC • 01 8291880 • aib.ie

www.aib.ie

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Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.


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Greening Communities Greening Communities (an An Taisce Programme) works with businesses to achieve socially responsible and sustainable business practices both in their immediate community and along their supply chain. As part of the programme, we focus on best practice (for positive environmental behaviour); identifying the needs of participants; and providing support to facilitate the growth of sustainable behaviour! The Docklands Business Forum is an active participant in striving for social inclusion and resource security for the area to maintain grow and prosperity.  If you want to know more or share some best practice, please contact us! Greening Communities (an An Taisce Programme), Brídín Mulhall, Greening Communities Coordinator Environmental Education Unit, An Taisce - the National Trust for Ireland, 5a Swift’s Alley, Francis Street, Dublin 8

01 400 2229 bmulhall@eeu.antaisce.org

Beauchamps Solicitors

Bilfinger Real Estate Ltd

Caffé Parigi

Beauchamps is one of Ireland’s leading full service law firms focused on achieving practical business solutions for clients. Our clients include multinational companies, owner managed businesses, government and public bodies and regulatory authorities.

Bilfinger Real Estate are the asset and property management division of Bilfinger Ireland Group. Our services are as follows:

Caffé Parigi is the result of an ambitious and wonderful dream to create a Café (or Caffè – depending on who you are talking to) where one could believe one was on a corner in Paris or a backstreet of Milan without ever having to leave the country. To bring to Ireland the very best that France and Italy had to offer, and to provide good, simple and delicious food. Our aim is to provide great food at affordable prices in a stylish environment. We know that these are easily found in the beautiful cities of Paris and Milan. Caffe Parigi lets you experience the French and Italian lifestyle right here in the beautiful city of Dublin too! We are located on 17-19 Sir John Rogersons Quay overlooking the beautiful Samuel Beckett Bridge and The CCD.

Areas of practice include banking, charities law, competition, construction and procurement, corporate and commercial, employment, family law, franchising, healthcare, IP/IT, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, personal injury, planning, property, public law, renewable energy, restructuring, private client, sponsorship and sport. Our unique combination of attitude, quality and service enables us to deliver experienced, proactive and timely legal advice, helping our clients to meet their objectives. Beauchamps Solicitors Riverside Two, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland.

01 418 0600 securemail@beauchamps.ie www.beauchamps.ie

• Asset Management • Funds Management • Investment Consulting • Property Management • Rental Services • Area Management • Estate/Centre Management • Retail Development • Residential Management   Our other Irish subsidiary companies under the Bilfinger umbrella are • Integrated Facilities Management, • Infrastructural & Health Care Services • Energy Bilfinger Real Estate Ltd 1 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

01 215 7000 www.bilfinger.com

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Caffe Parigi has been designed to be a great location for getting together with friends and colleagues right through out the day. Join us for an Italian or French style breakfast, lunch or evening experience. We also do fabulous cakes and snacks through out the day. We also can help make life easier when it comes to catering for both office and home occasions with our fabulous catering service, daily lunch delivery and corporate service to those of our customers who don’t have a canteen facility.; Parigi Cantina. Caffé Parigi 17-19 Sir John Rogerson Quay,Dublin 2.

01 679 0022 info@caffe-parigi.com

BCDH Architects

BCDH Architects, 4 Grand Canal Wharf, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 4.

087 258 2691 felim.dunne@bcdh.com www.bcdh.com

Padraig Berry: Strategic Focus 

Helping you know yourself better, clarify your own plans and identify how you add most value, so that you start playing to your strengths and move from effort to productivity and freedom.   Building a powerful team - one that can deliver. Helping each member develop a better understanding of themselves and their fellow team members; clarify their own plans; and identify how and in what position they add most value. Putting the structures and processes in place to allow powerful unique teamwork to develop.   Identifying the organisation’s hedgehog – that point where passion, the ability to be the best / world class and an economic driver intersect! Developing a clear strategy around this ONE thing. Converting this strategy into a system that drives the organisation forward Padraig Berry: Strategic Focus.

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Burlington Real Estate (BREL) 

Clarity, Strategy, Action Burlington Real Estate (BREL) is a full spectrum asset and development management company operating across all sectors: office, retail, residential, industrial and leisure. We provide a unique range of integrated services which is not currently available in Ireland from a single service provider. The company was formed by John Bruder, Niall Kavanagh and Niall O’Buachalla. Together they have 60 years combined experience in the property industry. The BREL Team currently manages an extensive portfolio of assets on behalf of a range of clients. The team have managed some of the best investment and development assets in Ireland. Burlington Real Estate (BREL) Warrington House, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2.

01 905 8070 info@burlrealestate.com www.burlrealestate.com

The Convention Centre Dublin The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) is Ireland’s premier conference and event venue. This iconic building offers a unique and inspirational setting for meetings, conferences, banquets and exhibitions of all shapes and sizes, from intimate board meetings for 6, to international conferences for 5,000. Since opening in 2010, The CCD has gained a world-wide reputation for offering first-class service with a high level of professional expertise, and as testament to this, the venue has received 25 industry awards. Finished to world-class standards and incorporating the latest technology throughout, your event couldn’t be in safer hands. The Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

01 856 0000

087 258 5384

info@theccd.ie

padraig@berry.ie

www.theccd.ie

www.focus.ie

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We are an architectural practice providing a comprehensive consultancy service for the design of buildings and urban environments. Our expertise includes master-planning, architecture, interior design and project management. The driving focus of the practice is design excellence achieved through close collaboration with our clients, other consultants and specialists. Our experience covers a wide range of building types including: community buildings; residential developments; one-off bespoke houses; mixed-use urban renewal projects; sporting facilities; retail fit outs; educational facilities and childcare facilities. We have established a reputation both for the quality of our design work and the efficiency of our management of complex building projects.

www.caffeparigi.com

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Chartered Accountants Ireland

The chq Building

Chartered Accountants Ireland is Ireland’s biggest and oldest accountancy body in Ireland, and with 25,000 members and students, it is the leading voice for the accountancy profession in Ireland. The Institute has recently moved to a purpose built Training Centre and Headquarters at 47-49 Pearse St, Dublin and is pleased to make these facilities available for hire to the wider business community – emailconferencing@ charteredaccountants.ie

The CHQ building is Grade 1 listed and started life as a customs warehouse, designed and built by John Rennie in 1820-21.  The magnificent vaults run the entire footprint of the building and the innovative cast iron roof structure was restored ten years ago – no expense was spared as befits an iconic, landmark building.

Chartered Accountants Ireland Chartered Accountants House, 47 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

01 637 7200 www.charteredaccountants.ie

Given its location as the gateway to Dublin Docklands the building has a number of constituencies to serve – residents, workers, visitors, tourists and Dubliners.  The approach will be to create a number of diverse uses for the building over the next few years. The chq Building, IFSC, Docklands, Dublin 1.

info@chq.ie www.@chq.ie

The Classic Group

DUBLIN INSPIRES: BUSINESS CONFIDENCE since we opened our doors, this professionalism has won

PwC and Teradata are some of the most dynamic giants of

us no less than 22 industry awards.

today’s business world.

Located in Dublin’s rejuvenated docklands – home to

Core Media

Services include • Helpline provision, staffing and customer service; • Editing, proofing, formatting and indexing; • Legal and medical typing and admin; • Support in tender preparation and project management; • Virtual Assistant services; • Business address, meeting room, Virtual Office.

Core Media Group is the consolidation of MediaVest, Starcom, ZenithOptimedia, Mediaworks, Clear Blue Water and Radical into one powerful media group.

Services are carried out by our friendly, professional team within our Docklands office, on an ad hoc or contract basis. If you have a time, skill or infrastructure shortage within your office, contact The Classic Group team.

Core’s position as the leader in media management facilitates maximum return on investment from media opportunities including sponsorship, product placement, premium positioning as well as general trading

The Classic Group Ltd., 3, Clanwilliam Terrace, Dublin 2.

Core Media, Contact: Lorna Kelty 16 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

The Core objective is to harness the unprecedented scale of our business to deliver exceptional media value to our clients.

They all share a relentless commitment to innovation, service

many of the capital’s most progressive companies –

and excellence. So it’s not surprising that they’ve hosted

The CCD has 18,500 hotel rooms nearby, Dublin Airport

events somewhere with an identical attitude: The Convention

only 15 minutes away and one of Europe’s most vibrant

01 642 4160

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cities on its doorstep.

team@theclassicgroup.ie

info@coremedia.ie

The CCD distils all the forward-thinking attitudes that now make

So if you want a world-class venue for your next event, visit

www.theclassicgroup.ie

www.coremedia.ie

Dublin so attractive to world-class businesses like Facebook,

www.theccd.ie today. You’ll soon see why we’ve inspired

Kellogg’s, Pfizer plus many others. And in less than three years

such confidence in some very inspiring companies.

Contact our Sales Team on: T: +353 1 856 0000 E: sales@theccd.ie W: www.theccd.ie

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Google, Intel, IBM, Emirates, Microsoft, Accenture, Oracle,

Celebrating five years in the Docklands, the Classic Group provides Business Support Services to clients ranging from high profile government agencies to sole traders.

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Darmody Architecture

Docklands Innovation Park

We are an architectural practice, with a passion for detail and a wide spectrum of experience, based in Dublin, Ireland. We specialize in Architecture, Urban Planning and Interiors with a portfolio that spans complex mixed use developments to exquisite private residences. Currently we are engaged in a varied range of projects in a variety of sectors in Ireland and the UK.

Docklands Innovation Park is owned and managed by the Bolton Trust who help entrepreneurs to set up and grow businesses.

Our practice is built upon clearly defined principals; the need to understand, with clarity, our clients’ briefs, the generation of a clear vision and strategy for each project irrespective of scale, a passion for design and detail, and a single-minded obsession with delivering buildings and spaces to the highest possible quality. Darmody Architecture, 91 Townsend Street, Dublin 2.

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It is home to forty established companies and provides incubator space for some 40 start-ups per annum many of whom are participants on DIT’s Hothouse Programme. The facilities including meeting rooms and the Coffee Shop contribute to the vibrant community in DIP. Docklands Innovation Park, Ms Cairín O’Connor, Development Director, Bolton Trust, Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3

01 240 1377 (Direct Line) www.boltontrust.com

01 672 9907 info@darmodyarchitecture.com www.darmodyarchitecture.com Communications Consultants

DCH Partners

Dara Creative Dara Creative is an award-winning web design, development and digital marketing agency. Celebrating our 19th birthday, we are one of Ireland’s leading agencies. We offer a range of graphic design, web design and development, branding and digital marketing solutions to make your business stand out from the crowd and also help you win new clients. We have an in-house team of 28 including developers, designers, marketers and content specialists. We design bespoke websites that reflect your brand and your brand values. We recently worked with the National College of Ireland, who are located in the IFSC, to design their new responsive website. We have also worked with a number of well-known Irish businesses across a variety of sectors which include Kilsaran, Science Foundation Ireland, Merchant’s Quay, Merry Mullen and Cartrawler. We are located in the heart of Dublin Docklands in a purpose built, state of the art offices at 19 Magennis Place, just off Pearse Street. If you would like to know more about how we can help you, get in touch with us on 01 672 5222. Dara Creative, 19 Magennis Place, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

01 672 5222 sales@daracreative.ie www.daracreative.ie

We believe that design and communications are powerful tools that most businesses and organisations don’t fully utilise. We can dramatically change a person’s perception about your organisation, your products or your services. We have done this for individuals, companies and organisations both at home and abroad, for 25 years. Our work like Greenstar, the EPA, the Department of the Environment, a myriad of SMEs and even the Docklands Business Forum demonstrates our expertise. We firmly believe that what we do for our clients should be centred on effectiveness and our team have won 11 Irish Design Effectiveness Awards (IDEAS) which is testament to passion for meeting client objectives. The team behind DCH Partners have expert knowledge in branding, design, marketing, on-line, bid-support and collateral procurement and are there waiting to help you. Contact Nicholas Cloake. DCH Partners, Unit 21, Block 1, Port Tunnel Business Park Clonshaugh Industrial Estate, Dublin 17.

087 257 9123

INTRODUcing Darmody Architecture We are an architectural practice, with a passion for detail and a wide spectrum of experience, based in Dublin, Ireland. We specialise in Architecture, Urban Planning and Interiors with a portfolio that spans complex mixed use developments to exquisite private residences. Currently we are engaged in a varied range of projects in a variety of sectors in Ireland and the UK. Our practice is built upon clearly defined principals; the need to understand with clarity our clients’ briefs, the generation of a clear vision and strategy for each project irrespective of scale, a passion for design and detail, and a single-minded obsession with delivering buildings and spaces to the highest possible quality.

Other specialised services include BER Assessments Conservation Consultancy Project Management Health & Safety Fire Certificate Applications Project Appraisal Sustainability Expert Witness

n.cloake@dch-partners.com www.dch-partners.com Darmody Architecture 91 Townsend Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. 353 1 672 9907 info@darmodyarchitecture.com darmodyarchitecture.com


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Dillon Eustace

DublinCityCouriers.com

Dublin City fm

Dublin Port River Fest

Dillon Eustace is a leading international law firm focusing on financial services, banking and capital markets, corporate and M&A, litigation and dispute resolution, taxation, insurance and real estate. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland the firm’s international practice has seen it establish offices in Tokyo (2000), New York (2009), Hong Kong (2011) and most recently in the Cayman Islands (2012). Dillon Eustace has developed a dynamic team of lawyers representing government and supranational bodies as well as media, insurance companies, wind energy companies, aviation and maritime industry participants and real estate developers. Its financial services practice is a market leader and advises international and domestic asset managers, investment fund promoters, insurers, banks, corporates, TPAs, custodians and prime brokers.

Dublin City Couriers provides a low cost, Van & Bike delivery service for customers in the Greater Dublin area. Simply enter the collection and delivery points to get an instant VAT inclusive quote. This service is brought to you by Streetlink Courier Services 01 671 4466 / 086 257 9904. EST 1989.

Dublin City fm is Ireland’s only Special Interest Radio Station licensed by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland to broadcast in Dublin City & County. We are a not for profit organisation staffed mainly by volunteers. We broadcast programmes to a wide and diverse audience under the headings of Arts & Entertainment, Ethnic, News & Current Affairs, Special Interest , Sport and Niche Music.

The Dublin Port River Fest celebrates the role Dublin Port plays in our community and provides a wide range of activates on and around the River Liffey and the river quays for families over the June bank holiday weekend.

Our flagship programme ‘LiveDrive’ is the only inter active, on the spot traffic service in the country. The programme is broadcast in conjunction with the Traffic Management Centre of Dublin City Council. ‘LiveDrive broadcasts each weekday from 7-10am and from 4-7pm.

Contact Alan Robinson

Dillon Eustace, 33 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

01 667 0022 enquires@dilloneustace.ie www.dilloneustace.ie

What We Deliver 1 Envelopes & Parcels 2 Boxes & Pallets 3 Ikea Collections 4 Office Supplies & Printed Material 5 Electrical Goods, TVs, Fridges etc. 6 House, Apartment, & Office Moves (P.O.A.) We’re experienced, we’re competitive, we’re reliable, and we’re local DublinCityCouriers.com 4 Lombard Street East, Dublin. 2

01 671 4466 sales@dublincitycouriers.com www.cublincitycouriers.com

Dublin City fm, Unit 6, Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

01 865 8020

www.dublincityfm.ie

Dublin Bay Cruises provides cruises on Dublin Bay and the River Liffey. It sails from Dublin Port (Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dun Laoghaire and Howth Harbours. It operates a 80 foot steel ship (St Bridget) and licensed to carry 103 passengers and crew. It caters for Private,Corporate,Parties.educational tours and special events. It has a licensed bar on board and also arranges catering to client requirements.It has an Audio Guide on board that describes the many places of interest along the route.

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority was created by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority Act 1997 to lead a major project in the East side of Dublin extending over 520 hectares.   The success and strategic importance of the Dublin Docklands in the physical, economic and social development of the city and region is widely acknowledged. The role of the Docklands and the inner city as the national economic engine of recovery and growth is highlighted in the Dublin City Development Plan 20112017.   Strategic sites are available in the Docklands and the Authority’s fast-track planning powers can be utilised to facilitate the development in the short term to continue to deliver jobs, homes and a return to the state. In the longer term, as the economy recovers, co-ordinated planning and development of the wider Docklands area can provide for new business centres, neighbourhoods, cultural and other necessary infrastructure and services for a vibrant and growing city.

Dublin Bay Cruises

01 901 1757 booking@dublinbaycruises.com www.dublinbaycruises.com

Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Custom House Quay, Docklands Dublin 1.

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Dublin Chamber of Commerce Dublin Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of businesses in the Greater Dublin Area. As the leading business organisation, the Chamber offers the opportunity to promote your business and to get involved in the future direction of the area. The Chamber can help you network with other businesses, maximise and grow your business and understand the driving forces behind the future shape of the Greater Dublin Area. Our range of business services including our networking & learning events,  business advisory services, international trade documentation  and policy consultations ensure that your business is well positioned for the challenges ahead. Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Contact: Donal Milton 7 Clare Street, Dublin 2.

Ecclesiastical Established in 1887, Ecclesiastical has offices in Ireland, Canada, Australia and the UK. We are a leading specialist insurer of the charity, education, heritage, care & faith sectors with combined assets of over £1 billion and net assets of over £300 million. Ecclesiastical’s expertise, knowledge and approach to business have helped us to grow and we are now regarded as a leading player in all our key market niches.  Our staff are experts in our chosen areas and our size, compared to other insurers means that our customers have direct contact with key decision-makers and it enables us to be flexible in creating bespoke solutions for our customers.   Ecclesiastical has donated in excess of £50m to charitable causes over the last five years.  However, we strongly believe our support to charities needs to go beyond financial contributions, so at Ecclesiastical we also continue to encourage our staff to donate their time, professional skills and expertise to charities and making a positive contribution to our community. Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc 1st Floor Kilmore House, Spencer Dock North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

01 619 0300 ireland@ecclesiastical.com www.ecclesiastical.ie

01 644 7200

01 818 3300

donal@dublinchamber.ie

info@dublindocklands.ie

www.dublinchamber.ie

www.dublindocklands.ie

www.dublinriverfest.com

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Dublin Docklands Development Authority

086 812 6379

Dublin City fm is an open access radio station. We welcome applications from volunteers and community groups. Our broadcasting hours are Monday –Friday 7am - 2am and at weekends 8am – 2am. For more details log onto our website www.dublincityfm.ie

admin@dublincityfm.ie

Dublin Bay Cruises

Dublin Port River Fest 5 Clarendon Mews, Lad Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Economic & Social Research Institute

First Light Coffee House

The ESRI’s mission is to produce research that contributes to understanding economic and social change in the new international context and that informs public policymaking and civil society in Ireland. Our research reports are available on our website at www.esri.ie as well as information on forthcoming conferences and events.

We offer a variety of freshly brewed coffee’s, Latte’s and Cappuccinos. Choose a sandwich, Panini or Ciabbatta from our delicious menu or have one made to order. Gourmet soups and salads are also available. A large selection of pastries are baked in-house every morning. Catering available to all local offices. Inside seating for 20 people, perfect location for business lunches. Free Wi-Fi available. Located underneath Connolly station, just beside the escalator.

Economic & Social Research Institute (ESRI) Contact: Gillian Davidson, Assistant Director Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

01 863 2000 www.esri.ie

First Light Coffee House Opening Hours: 7am - 4.30pm Unit B, The Vaults, Connolly Station, Dublin 1.

01 636 0612 info@flch.ie

First-Aide Safety, Health and Training Consultants

WE CAN DRAMATICALLY CHANGE HOW YOU, YOUR ORGANISATION AND YOUR PRODUCTS OR SERVICES ARE PERCEIVED

First–Aide Safety, Health & Training Consultants, a Docklands based business, are registered safety practitioners with the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) covering all aspects of safety and health, including occupational safety & health legislation, hazard identification and risk assessments etc. Our chartered (CMIOSH) practitioners are members of a large emergency service with over 75 years of combined experience in fire, rescue and paramedic skills, thus offering both practical experience and theory in our training courses, risk assessments etc.

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Creating awareness, changing perceptions, providing direction.

Training is bespoke to the organisation needs and meets the requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, and Fire Services Act 1981 and 2003. First-Aide Safety, Health and Training Consultants, 1 Mayor Street Upper, IFSC, Docklands, Dublin 1.

086 822 1338 tonhil@indigo.ie

FMB is a leading four-partner Chartered Accountant practice based in Dublin’s Docklands with over 20 highly trained staff at hand, all committed to making your business affairs less taxing. Since arriving at the scene in 1988, our core business has remained the preparation and audit of financial statements and taxation compliance that accompanies it. Corporate and personal tax planning have become hugely important in recent years, with an emphasis increasingly falling upon fully qualified professionals. With a broad client base across a great variety of sectors, we work particularly closely with professionals and legal practices, distribution, hotel, travel industries and credit unions. FMB Chartered Accountants Contact David McArdle, Longboat, 56 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

www.first-aide.ie 01 645 2002 avid.mcardle@fmb.ie

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FMB Chartered Accountants

www.fmb.ie

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The Gibson Hotel

IDEA

Jobcare

Jurys Inn Custom House

Chic, understated and right in the heart of Dublin’s brand new cultural hub, the gibson hotel captures the essence of a vibrant city with a music pedigree that runs deep. Subtle, yet surprising, understated yet complex too, our hotel takes inspiration from its central location and unique design. With 252 bedrooms, nine meeting rooms, hemidemisemiquaver bar and Coda Eatery, the gibson hotel is the ultimate urban retreat.

Established in 1996, IDEA Ltd is a Marketing and Design Agency based in Dublin. We provide the full range of marketing and communication services both above and below the line. IDEA stands for Image, Design, E-commerce and Advertising – our core business activities. Over the last 16 years we have built up a strong portfolio and a reputation for creative and effective work.

Jobcare is a charity that helps people find jobs by providing training, resources, expertise and opportunities for personal development. Since 1994 Jobcare has been committed to working with long-term unemployed people, assisting them gain the confidence, skills and knowledge necessary to seek, find and keep meaningful employment. Jobcare has developed a range of courses and work programmes to deliver to people who, for one reason or another, have difficulty getting or keeping a job.

Located amongst the financial district with the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) sitting next door, Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House is perfectly placed for any business guests. With a 6 minute walk to the convention centre and a brief 7 minute walk up to Connelly Rail station, the business traveller is in a prime location for all their needs.

The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1.

01 681 5000 info@thegibsonhotel.ie www.thegibsonhotel.ie

If you are looking for advice on your marketing, design, website or branding we are the agency to speak to. We specialise in providing creative market-guided solutions to design, branding, promotion, advertising, sales and communications needs. We have won numerous awards and held prestigious positions on professional design industry bodies. IDEA, 5 Clarendon Mews, Lad Lane, Dublin 2.

01 25 000 50

Jobcare, 28A Pearse St Dublin 2.

01 677 3897 info@jobcare.ie www.jobcare.ie

For the city weekender, Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House sits opposite the River Liffey which offers plenty to explore along the river front and surrounding areas. Henry Street shopping is a 14 minute jaunt from the hotel or take a scenic route along the river front and admire Custom House’s beautiful 18th Century Neoclassical architecture and catch a tour of Dublin via the Liffey River Cruise. Jurys Inn Custom House, 7 Seville Place, Dublin 1.

info@idea.ie

01 8541500

www.idea.ie

jurysinncustomhouse@jurysinns.com www.jurysinns.com

GRIP Communications We are helping our customers to reclaim their free time, reduce their workload and improve their processes by designing and building bespoke software solutions. GRIP Communications Ltd, Docklands Innovation Park, 128 - 130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

01 657 29 60 info@gripcomms.com www.gripcomms.com

Irish Greyhound Board Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium Shelbourne Park with racing every Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday nights, 11 Races Nightly. Gates open 6.30pm and our first Race is 7.55pm. With a 400 seater restaurant and 7 private suites with groups of 20- 120 welcome in our suites. Smaller food packages also available. We are the ideal venue for a night out.

Il Valentino

061 448 039

Il Valentino, Artisan Bakery & Cafe’. Continental bakery, Patisserie and cafe’. Office deliveries and bespoke cakes. Il Valentino, 5 Gallery Quay, Dublin 2.

John McElhinney & Co., Chartered Accountants, taxation & business advisors, are a third generation firm established in 1961 and based on Seville Place, off Amien Street, since 1974. We provide key services that include audit & accountancy, tax compliance & planning, estate planning, forensic accounting & litigation support, company secretarial, bookkeeping and payroll bureaux. We offer a free initial meeting with competitive rates for DDBF members. John McElhinney & Co, Chartered Accountants 7 Seville Place, Dublin 1.

01 836 3388 johnny@johnmcelhinney.com www.johnmcelhinney.com

KeyWaste Management KeyWaste are a leading Commercial Waste Management company. Operating throughout Ireland KeyWaste help companies of all sizes develop cost effective waste segregation and management solutions. Some of our services include, • • • •

Commercial & industrial waste services Wheelie bin & skip hire Electronic & bulky waste removal Hazardous & clinical waste collection

Call us for a free site evaluation 01 4299846 – www.keywaste.ie KeyWaste Management Ltd, Green View, Greenhills Road, Walkinstown, Dublin 12.

01 429 9846 mark.butler@keywaste.ie www.keywaste.ie

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Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium South Lotts Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4

John McElhinney & Co.

01 633 1100 www.ilvalentino.ie

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KPMG Ireland

Knight Frank

KPMG is a leading provider of professional services in Ireland. Our firm has 79 partners and 1800 people in offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast. We work with clients in all sectors of Irish business providing a range of Audit, Tax and Advisory services. The cornerstones of our business are quality of advice, quality of service, and quality of our people. Our purpose is to turn knowledge into value for the benefit of our clients, our people, and the capital markets. Our firm aims to provide clients with a globally consistent set of multidisciplinary financial and accounting services, based on deep industry knowledge.

Knight Frank Ireland, based in Dublin, was established when renowned Irish property consultants Ganly Walters, founded in 1847,  joined the Knight Frank worldwide partnership in May 2007. We are passionate about property and are renowned for our wealth of experience and the quality of our independent commercial and residential advice.  We take pride in earning our clients’ trust, building long-term relationships and continuously serving their best interests   Global and Local Reach As part of the world’s largest privately owned real estate agency and consultancy, Knight Frank Ireland offers a wealth of experience and understanding of the specific requirements of global and Irish property markets. Knight Frank LLP, headquartered in London, together with its New York based global partner Newmark Knight Frank, operates from 207 offices in 43 countries, across 6 continents.      Our Services Our specialists provide expert consultancy advice in:  

KPMG Ireland, 1 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

01 410 1000 karina.howley@kpmg.ie www.kpmg.ie

• Country Houses and Estates • Development Land and Sites • Commercial Valuation • Residential Sales and Lettings

KMD Architecture This logo prints Pantone 3025

City Quay since 1990. We are committed to professional excellence in architecture in terms of design and service and have considerable experience in delivering projects of various size and complexity. Whether the project is refurbishment or new build we listen to the needs of our clients and interpret those needs through innovative design for the client’s advantage. In refurbishment studies we bring wide ranging experience in space planning, internal environmental control, furniture design/selection all to improve the character and productivity of the working environment. On every project KMD Architecture analyse the requirements, research best practice of similar projects and develop unique solutions for the client’s site and performance criteria. We are very mindful of crucial elements on the project such as energy efficiency,accessibility, fire safety and overall budget control. We approach all projects with enthusiasm, and a commitment to producing solutions that exceed our clients’ expectations. KMD Architecture’s reputation for producing quality projects has been recognised through the delivery of some major projects in the City and Docklands such as George’s Quay, George’s Court (winner of the Opus Award 2007), Riverside II (Grand Canal Dock) and Park Place (Hatch Street). KMD Architecture, 4 Prince’s Street South, City Quay, Dublin 2. Contact Eugene Dunne:

01 677 0077 edunne@kmd.ie www.kmd.ie

• Office Agency • Landlord and Tenancy • Agricultural Land, Farms and Studs • Retail Agency • Residential and Rural Valuations • Irish and International Investment        • Portfolio Management • Asset Management • Property Management • Service Charges   Knight Frank, Contact Paul Shine 8-34 Percy Place, Dublin 4.

 

DUBLIN PORT WORKING WITHIN THE HEART OF THE CITY

01 662 3255 paul.shine@ie.knightfrank.com www.knightfrank.ie

Port Centre, Alexandra Road, Dublin 1 Phone: +353 1 887 6000 Email: info@dublinport.ie Fax: + 353 1 855 7400


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Limelight Communications

Lonco Motor Company

Mail Boxes Etc.

The Marker Hotel

Limelight Communications is a full service agency providing corporate and consumer public relations, event management and public affairs for clients drawn from a wide range of industry and service sectors. Limelight prides itself on being an independent communications and public relations consultancy.

Lonco Motor Company is a well established facility that specialise in the repair of Accident Damaged Vehicles. Our services include, repairing and painting damage from minor dents to major crash damage to refurbishment and restoration work.

Mail Boxes Etc. is an international courier and shipping company which specialises in the following:   • Express Documents Delivery • Worldwide Parcel Delivery • Personal Effects Shipping • Art & Antiques Shipping • Professional Packing & Crating

Extraordinary, surprising and luxurious, the Marker Hotel is the perfect urban retreat for those who crave the unconventional, yet still expect the exceptional standards of service that are the signature of a member of The Leading Hotels of the World®. One of Dublin’s most visually arresting landmarks, The Marker Hotel offers a distinct blend of urban style and luxury.

All Limelight client projects receive the dedicated attention of our high calibre team on an ongoing basis. Our project team combines extensive experience in all facets of public relations.

Lonco Motor Company, Unit 9 Ossory Road Industrial Estate, Ossory Road, Dublin 3. Contact Joe Healy.

01 855 7800 or 087 226 3625

Limelight Communications, 60 Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin 4.

Mail Boxes Etc. 3 Lombard St East, Dublin 2.

01 671 0400

01 668 0600

info@mbedublin2.com

ailto:pr@limelight.ie

www.mbedublin2.com

The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2.

01 687 5100 info@themarkerhoteldublin.com www.themarkerhoteldublin.com

www.limelight.ie

Malcolm Hollis Malcolm Hollis is a leading commercial building consultancy. Our building surveyors, M&E engineers and project managers work with our clients to maximise the value of their commercial buildings - whether owned, leased or funded - as they are acquired or constructed, refurbished or sold.

Limelight Training Limelight Training, part of the Limelight Communications group, in business since 1998, offers a range of courses to help you improve your business skills, hone your presentations, prepare for media interviews, or simply build your confidence. We also offer outsourcing courses for people who have been recently made redundant or simply want a change of career. We provide a relaxing and informal setting in which to learn new skills. Professional recording equipment is used to provide immediate feedback on your progress, and you will take away a full set of course materials at the end of the day.

We have great people, support teams and systems in place meaning we can deliver the best service and the best quality advice. That’s why we are recognised market leaders in dilapidations and specialists in due diligence surveys, project management, development monitoring, contract administration and reinstatement cost assessments.   Malcolm Hollis LLP has 14 offices throughout the UK and Ireland Malcolm Hollis, 26 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2. Contact Andrew Ramsey

01 640 1885 01 668 0600

dublin@malcolmhollis.com

rory.egan@limelight.ie

www.malcolmhollis.com

www.limelighttraining.ie

McCann FitzGerald

The Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane Dublin is regarded as one of the best located hotels in Dublin City Centre.  This 4 star Dublin 2 Hotel is ideally located overlooking the Bord Gais Energy Theatre and close to the O2, Croke Park, Aviva stadium and minutes walk to the Convention Centre Dublin. This spacious 304 bedroom  Dublin City Centre Hotel, is designed to meet the needs of both business and leisure guests alike. Vertigo Bar is a funky bar space within this Dublin city centre hotel open throughout the day. Stir Restaurant offers an array of dishes to tempt your taste buds. Club Vitae Health & Fitness Club and a range of meeting space make Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane an award winning 4 star Dublin city centre hotel.

McCann FitzGerald is one of Ireland’s premier law firms, with 68 partners, 290 lawyers and professional staff.

Dublin City Centre Hotel Facilities at a glance • 4 star property in Dublin City Centre location • 304 guest rooms including 34 executive rooms • Complimentary Wi-Fi access in all guest rooms and public areas • Stir Restaurant, V-deli Kitchen, Vertigo Bar & Lobby Bar • Club Vitae Health and Fitness Club, including: 22m pool, children’s pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, therapy and treatment suites, fully equipped gymnasium & fitness studio. • 5 state of the art meeting rooms which can accommodate from 2-50 people theatre style. All meeting rooms are inclusive of complimentary Wi-Fi & broadband, screen, flipchart, pads & pencils.

The firm is consistently recognised as being the market leader in many practice areas and its pre-eminence is endorsed by clients and market commentators alike. Our principal office is located in Dublin and we have overseas offices in London and Brussels. We provide a full range of legal services, primarily to commercial, industrial and financial services companies. Our clients include international corporations, major domestic businesses and emerging Irish companies. We also have many clients in the State and semi-State sector. McCann FitzGerald, Riverside One, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

01 829 0000 inquiries@mccannfitzgerald.ie www.mccannfitzgerald.ie

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Limelight Training, 60 Grand Canal Street Upper, Dublin 4.

So whether you’re an investor, occupier, developer or funder we have it covered.

Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane

Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2

01 643 9500 sales.cardifflane@maldronhotels.com www.maldronhotelcardifflane.com

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A spacious, 304 bedroom 4 star city centre hotel, designed to meet the needs of both business & leisure guests. Our Location Deserves a Standing Ovation Great Accommodation & Dinner only options in STIR Restaurant for all Shows at Bord Gais Energy Theatre

HEALTH & FITNESS CLUB

NCI offers full and part-time courses in business, human resource management, accountancy, finance, psychology and computing. NCI has recently launched an international Cloud Competency Centre with postgraduate programmes including MSc’s in Web Technologies and Cloud Computing.  NCI can offer courses from Certificate to PhD, bespoke professional education and training for organisations and a range of short courses in traditional and online formats.  We would be delighted to meet you to discuss your education requirements. National College of Ireland, Mayor St, IFSC, Dublin 1.

01 449 8656 01 876 4600

regina.dunne@ncirl.ie

mail@meehan.ie

www.ncirl.ie

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Mitchell and Son, Established in 1805

O2

In 2008, Mitchell & Son moved into the chq Building, but as Ireland’s oldest wine merchant, we’d been here before. The horse and cart used to come to the chq Building (formerly known as Stack A) to collect wine in casks for transport to Kildare Street for bottling. This no longer happens, but what still continues is the understanding of our customers’ needs. We are a “full service” wine merchant and as such we can supply wines and spirits for personal enjoyment, for private parties (including weddings) as well as for corporate events and gifts. We also supply glassware, staff , soft drinks and a delivery and collection service across Ireland. Other popular events are wine tasting evenings led by Mitchell’s experts, on either our premises or yours, wine courses which can be tailored to your requirements and budget and, overseas wine tours accompanied by a Mitchell’s representative.   We are a small family-owned business, the oldest independent wine & spirit merchant in Ireland,  and can respond promptly and personally to your enquiries. Whether you wish to plan a major corporate launch or just buy a bottle of wine to take home, please drop in to see us, or use the contact details below.

O2 is a leading communications company in Ireland. With 1.6 million customers nationwide, O2 runs 2G and 3G networks and is currently readying its network for the rollout of 4G services in Ireland. O2 also owns half of Tesco Mobile and provides network services for the mobile brand 48. O2 operates O2 Media, a mobile marketing division set up in 2011 to help brands connect with consumers through what is the fastest growing digital marketing channel worldwide. Services include real-time location-based advertising, video messaging, app discovery and mobile CRM messaging for businesses.   Based in Dublin and Limerick, O2 employs 900 people; has a retail network of 70 stores; and sponsors The O2 music venue in Dublin and the Ireland Rugby Team. O2, 26-28 Lombard Street East, Dublin 2.

01 609 5000

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Meehan Associates is an Architecture Practice with expertise in Corporate Fit-out, Interior Design, Sustainable Design, & Project Management. We are members of the USGBC and provide LEED Consultancy Services. Our many years of experience in building Renovation gives us the knowledge to deliver high quality yet cost effective retro-fit projects. We can advise on Lease and Regulatory issues and provide Due Diligence Reports whether you are moving into or out of premises. We manage your project from inception to completion and deliver Excellence in Architecture. We will ensure you are Compliant in all areas of endeavor in the Built Environment.

www.meehan.ie

Meeting Rooms

T: 01 643 9500 E: info.cardifflane@maldronhotels.com

National College of Ireland

Meehan Associates, Martin Meehan, Catherine Dollard

• 22 Meter Swimming Pool • 60 Pieces of Cardio Equipment • Variety of Membership Options

• Natural Daylight in all Meeting Rooms • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Meehan Associates

www.o2.ie

Mitchell and Son Wine Merchants Chq Building, IFSC, Dublin 1.

01 612 5540 chq@mitchellandson.com www.mitchellandson.com

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Oceanic Virtual Office Telephone Support First impressions count! It’s said that image is everything which is why it’s just as important that your telephone image is promoted in a positive, efficient light, with every call answered in your business name. If your phone rings out or goes to an unmonitored mailbox – these are the lasting impressions your customers and potential clients will remember. To avoid your potential clients calling your competitor, we ensure that each of your calls are answered in a consistent manner which is tailored to your specific requests. Oceanic Virtual Office Under New Management since Aug 2013

Owen Reilly

Pearse Credit Union

Challenging times require a different approach. These are challenging times for property people. Whether you’re a buyer, a seller or a landlord, you need fresh thinking and an estate agent who is as hungry for results as you are. Owen Reilly is all about results and he gets them by providing a unique level of service and by simply working harder thanthe rest. From initial enquiries through to proactive advice, viewings, negotiations and general client contact, everything is handled by Owen Reilly personally.You simply won’t get this level of personal service and enthusiasm anywhere else.

Pearse Credit Union serving the community since 1970” We are a community based “not for profit but service” organization. We are owned by our members and operate under the guidelines and umbrella of the Irish League of Credit Unions and we are regulated by the Central bank of Ireland.

It’s all about expectations. Your expectations. Owen Reilly concentrates on exceeding them.

01 677 7100

Oceanic Office Group, Oceanic House, Docklands Innovation Park, 128 – 130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

www.owenreilly.ie

audrey@oceanic.ie www.oceanicireland.com

Peninsula Business Services Peninsula Business Services is Ireland’s leading provider of employment law, health & safety and employee assistance services. Established in Ireland since 1997, we have thousands of businesses who have already integrated Peninsula to work as part of their HR and Health & Safety departments.

O’Driscoll Furniture, 26-28 Lombard Street East, Dublin 2.

01 671 1069 info@oddesign.com www.oddesign.com

• Free Courtesy Shuttle to and from Hotel to service local business requirements (does not include airport transfers) • Complimentary Tea/Coffee & Fresh Fruit available from Reception for room only clients on the go (6am – 8am weekdays)

Setanta Sports

• Discounted Day rate of €5per day for use of Energie Fitness Gym in the Oval Shelbourne Road

Broadcasting since August 2004 Setanta Sports now employs over 120 people – all dedicated to providing our viewers with the very best in local, national and international sports. Setanta Ireland is received in 74% of all multi-channel homes; it broadcasts top live sports free to all UPC customers and via subscription to Sky customers. Setanta Ireland is also available free online to the 380,000 subscribers to Eircom broadband.

• Complimentary Overnight Parking and Free Wifi

Key Content: • English Premier League • GAA Allianz National Leagues • UEFA Champions League

We can help guide you through, whether it’s an Employment Law or Health & Safety at work issue. Over the years our list of services has increased to include everything to mirror an in-house human resources department. Some of Peninsula offerings include our 24 Hour Advice Service, Indemnity against certain awards, contracts of employment, health and safety documentation, risk assessment training, legal advice and representation.

• Schools’ Rugby

Peninsula Business Services Ireland, Unit 3, Block S, East Point Business Park, Dublin 3.

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With free car parking, complimentary Wifi and a free Shuttle Bus service, Sandymount Hotel is a family run 3 Star premium Hotel with 168 bedrooms, 9 Meeting Rooms and conference space and has won the coveted “Trip Advisor Excellence in Service Award” for three consecutive years in 2011, 2012 and most recently 2013. When booked directly with the Hotel the following benefits apply:

With offices in Dublin, Belfast and Manchester, Peninsula employs 900 people across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK. Our sheer size ensures that we can attract and retain the very best people from the HR, Health & Safety and Legal Services industries to come and work for Peninsula. Our financial strength allows us to offer the services and skill of our specialist people to work for our clients at an absolute fraction of the real cost.

www.peninsula-ie.com

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Sandymount Hotel, located directly beside the AVIVA Stadium and Lansdowne Road Dart Station is ideally placed to facilitate the Corporate Traveller seeking accommodation in the Grand Canal’s “Silicon Dock”, IFSC Financial Centre and Ballsbridge Embassy Belt Districts.

• Complimentary Newspapers • Midweek Meal Deals for Corporate guests in our Tritonville Bar/Restaurant • Appointment of our recently refurbished Corporate Bedrooms • Access to our Landscaped Beer Garden to rear of the property Sandymount Hotel At AVIVA Stadium, Herbert Road, Lansdowne, Dublin 4.

• UEFA Europa League

01 614 2000

• Setanta Sports Cup

ronant@sandymounthotel.ie

• Airtricity League of Ireland

www.sandymounthotel.ie

• Major European and American Golf • F1 Grand Prix • Horseracing • Roland Garros – Tennis • International Friendlies Setanta Sports 3 Prince’s Street South, Dublin 2.

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Our showroom has a selection of our ready-made designs, including tables, seating and lighting.

Info@pearsecu.ie

owen@owenreilly.ie

01 480 0500

O’Driscoll Furniture design and manufacture furniture to order, either for the office, hospitality or domestic interiors. Clients in the Docklands include, Citibank, JP Morgan, U2, McCann Fitzgerald, Solicitors and Principle Management Ltd.

01 677 5768

Owen Reilly, 2 Forbes Quay, Grand Canal Dock/Square, Dublin 2.

Telephone answering and Business mail address options We offer a professional, personal and efficient service.

O’Driscoll Furniture

Pearse Credit Union Limited, 22 Upper Erne Street, Dublin 2.

Sandymount Hotel

01 474 8000 trevor.twamley@setanta.com www.setanta.com

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Snap Docklands

SOUTH QUAY

Snap Docklands is located on the South Docks, 12 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2. We pride ourselves on offering a full range of litho and digital print, graphic design, promotional products, signage, websites, on-line products and marketing services solutions.

External Financial Management; we provided everything the large company finance department does in the setting of small to medium enterprises. We provide a value for money service covering business planning for the future, monitoring and control. We aid through capital raising for business building, including finance for corporate restructuring. We gather Grants and Research & Development tax credits. We enable businesses to grow through exports and to prosper for the future. We also provide a value for money real time accounting and reporting system for up to the minute monitoring and control. And we provide guidance in Best Practice in Corporate Governance, and file Corporate Annual Returns and Corporate Tax Returns.

Our skilled and creative graphic design team provide a professional, friendly service whether it be for an initial consultation or ensuring an urgent deadline can be efficiently met. We offer the best professional print service nationwide and our marketing services solutions cater for even the most modest of budgets. We are here to offer solutions to your print, graphic design and marketing needs. Our business moved to the its present location in 1998 and over the years has evolved and embraced new product developments including web & online products. We have a strong team of dedicated professionals who are here to provide the best solutions for your business, coupled with excellent customer service, to serve the business community in the Docklands area. Snap Docklands, 12 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

SOUTH QUAY, Suite 19, Butler’s Court, 77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

01 613 9880 answers@southquaygroup.com www.southquaygroup.com

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STAR Translation Services

Snap IFSC Snap IFSC is located in the heart of Dublin’s financial district beside the National College of Ireland. We pride ourselves on offering a full range of print, graphic design and marketing services solutions. Our skilled graphic design team provide a professional, friendly service whether it be for an initial consultation or ensuring an urgent deadline can be efficiently met. We, of course, also still offer the best professional print service nationwide, and our marketing services solutions cater for even the most modest budgets. So, we are well able to take care of all of your print, graphic design and marketing needs. The business has evolved over the years and embraced all the new product developments including web & online products. You will be guaranteed excellent service and a wealth of experience to help your business at Snap IFSC. The centre has a team of dedicated professionals who are there to provide the best solutions for your business. We provide the full range of services and if you would like to hear more about how we can help your business, give Dave or Richard a call today. Snap IFSC, Unit 1, National College of Ireland Mayor Street IFSC Dublin 1.

01 677 0230 docklands@snap.ie www.snapdocklands.ie

Document and website translation services into over 44 languages. We translate into Irish, Asian, European and Middle Eastern languages helping our clients communicate worldwide. ISO 9001:2008/EN 15038 certified. Desktop Publishing Services and proofreading available in all languages. Our media team deliver Video Translation and Subtitling Services. STAR Translation Services, Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Contact Damian Scattergood or Keith McManus

01 836 5614 info@star-ts.com www.star-ts.com

DUBLIN PORT Dublin Port Company is the largest port on the island of Ireland. Dublin Port’s main function is to facilitate the movement of goods and people so essential to our economy, in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Located in the heart of Dublin City, at the hub of the national road and rail network Dublin Port is a key strategic access point for Ireland and in particular the Dublin area. Dublin Port handles over two-thirds of containerised trade to and from Ireland and 50% of all Ireland’s imports and exports, making it a significant facilitator of Ireland’s economy. Dublin Port also handles over 1.7 million tourists through the ferry companies operating at the port and through cruise vessels calling to the port. Dublin Port Company is a self-financing, private limited company wholly-owned by the State, whose business is to manage Dublin Port, Ireland’s premier port. Established as a corporate entity in 1997, Dublin Port Company is responsible for the management, control, operation and development of the port. Dublin Port Company provides world-class facilities, services, accommodation and lands in the harbour for ships, goods and passengers. Dublin Port has five Ro/Ro terminals four are currently occupied by P&O, Irish Ferries, Stena Line and Seatruck Ferries. In addition Dublin Port has three Lo/Lo terminals operated by Marine Terminals Ltd, Dublin Ferryport Terminals and Alexandra Quay operated by The Burke Shipping Group. Lines calling to Dublin include CMACGM, Samskip, Eucon, McAndrews, MSC, APL, Jenkinson, B.G. Freight, DFDS and CLdN.


11 Member Listing 2013 -2014

St Andrew’s Resource Centre

Streetlink Couriers

Trinity Dublin Hotel

Willis Risk Services (Ireland)

The Resource Centre was originally set up as Westland Row/ City Quay Social Service Council in 1973 in Trinity premises in Westland Row and is now located in the former St. Andrews Boys N.S and known as St Andrew’s Resource Centre

Streetlink Couriers Ltd is celebrating 25 YEARS in business, established in 1989 we have provided a first class Courier and Van delivery service to the Dublin business community.

The 4-star Trinity Dublin Hotel enjoys an enviable location in the city centre, across from Trinity College on Pearse Street. With 195 bedrooms, ranging from superior rooms to suites, the hotel is a short stroll from the city’s main business districts, CCD and an array of shopping and entertainment venues.

Willis Risk Services (Ireland) Limited is Ireland’s leading insurance broker, pensions, actuarial and risk management consultancy. We employ just over 200 people in our offices in Dublin, Limerick and Cork.

Café Cairo Bar and Restaurant provides an extensive food and drinks offer and is the perfect place for colleagues or friends to gather. While private dining facilities offer strikingly beautiful surroundings with original Georgian features, ideal for entertaining clients or celebrating a special event.Log on to http://www.treacyconsulting.ie/client-experience.php to request a no-fee consultation with one of our Directors.

We not only provide services for multinational companies, but we also provide a wide range of services for trade associations and SMEs in both the Public and Private sector. Our industry-specific specialist teams have the knowledge and experience needed to cater for all industries but we have certain industries that we consider to be our core specialism’s. These include: Food & Drink, ICT, Life Sciences, Not for profit, Professional Risks, Public Sector, Real Estate/Property, Renewable Energy, Retail and Sports Leisure & Hospitality.

The objective of the Council was to address the devastation of the Pearse Street and City Quay communities through demolition of substandard tenement housing and de-population of the South Quays area. A highly industrialised area changed dramatically as technology took over and industry either moved away or closed down. Rationalisation of the docks and the demise of dockland related activity created unemployment in a workforce not having the skills to access the new opportunities. Dereliction combined with unemployment demoralised a much reduced community. The Council’s objective and vision was to develop services and meet the needs of the remaining community. An ethos was developed to strengthen and upgrade quality of life through providing services, meeting the needs of the area and provide upskilling to act as a gateway to new opportunities. Adopting and embracing the changing environment while being proactive in working with the large corporate sector with new and traditional residents to create a sustainable neighbourhood in docklands. St Andrew’s Resource Centre 114/116 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

01 677 1930 www.standrews.ie

In these days of funding Cutbacks,- Sunflower Recycling will collect your paper and cardboard recycling for one euro a bagif you are a local business or Community Voluntary Service Organisation.

We deliver Locally, Nationally and Internationally DublinCityCouriers.com 4 Lombard Street East, Dublin. 2

01 671 4411 (out of hours 086 257 9904) sales@streetlink.ie www.streetlink.ie

Trinity Dublin Hotel, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.

01 648 1010 owen@owenreilly.ie www.trinitycapital-hotel.com

Willis also has exceptional relationships with all Insurers. We utilise these relationships to leverage competitive and costeffective premiums for all our clients, irrespective of size. In addition, Willis operate on a fully transparent basis with all Willis earnings fully disclosed to our clients.

Treacy Consulting

Call George Webb today to start your Willis experience

Strategy research, analysis and management consulting

Vincent Finnegan

Established in 2004, Treacy Consulting is one of Ireland’s leading independent strategic management consultancies. Our growing team of Management Consultants and Analysts offers practical business solutions for global businesses, public sector bodies and SMEs alike.

Vincent Finnegan are one of the fastest growing commercial agents in the Dublin market. We have a mixed portfolio of over 210 commercial properties on our books and deal with all aspects of commercial property from sales, lettings, acquisitions, lease negotiations, rent reviews, valuations, consultancy work and professional advice.

We specialise in corporate & organisational strategy, sales & marketing, strategic HR and business advisory services. The Treacy Consulting team of Management Consultants and Analysts includes seasoned senior executives who have run their own multinational businesses and highly experienced executives from the public sector. Log on to http://www.treacyconsulting.ie/client-experience.php to request a no-fee consultation with one of our Directors. Treacy Consulting, Grand Canal House, Upper Grand Canal Street, Dublin 4.

We act for several landlords and represent the following developments: • Spencer Dock retail • The Excise Building, Mayor Street, IFSC • Millennium Walkway/Jervis Street, retail and office buildings • North Wall Quay offices • Sir John Rogersons Quay offices (Dunloe site) • Castleforbes Road - Car Park, offices & retail units • Smithfield - retail and office units • Sandyford - Beacon Court offices

Willis Risk Services (Ireland) Limited Willis Group, Grand Mill Quay, Barrow Street, Dublin 4.

01 407 4904 george.webb@willis.ie www.willis.com

Waterways Ireland Docklands Summer Festival

01 856 0251

john.treacy@treacyconsulting.ie

Our service We have worked extremely hard over the years developing our service levels to the highest in the industry and are confident you and your team will be impressed. Specifically, our services include:

sunflow2@eircom.net

www.treacyconsulting.ie

Lease, Sales – Commercial and residential, Valuation and Marketing

The Docklands Summer Festival is an annual event utilising the unique urban setting of Grand Canal Dock in the heart of Dublin’s regenerated Docklands to showcase exciting on water sporting activities and on land family amusements and attractions. Our 2013 Festival was title sponsored by Waterways Ireland and attracted 80,000 visitors into the Docklands over the weekend. Contact Alan Robinson

Vincent Finnegan, 5 Lower Main Street, Dundrum, Dublin 14.

Waterways Ireland Docklands Summer Festival 5 Clarendon Mews, Lad Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland

Sunflower Recycling, Shamrock Terrace, North Strand, Dublin 1.

01 437 9569

01 298 4695 info@finnegan.ie

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Our expertise in many industries allows us to create customised solutions and service for our clients. We will assist you to identify risk, design and administer your insurance programme, manage your claims and provide a dedicated Account Executive for each individual client, .

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www.finnegan.ie

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Sunflower Recycling

Our fleet consists of pushbikes, motorcycles, vans with roofrack, tail lift trucks, and articulated trucks.

086 812 6379 www.docklandssummerfestival.com

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12 Small and Medium Enterprises

IN the docKlaNds, Just lIKe other BusINess ceNtres, It Is the multItude oF SME’s that creates dIVersItY, eNergY aNd eXcItmeNt The river Liffey is the central focus of this great city and it has watched over trade here for more than a millennium. I can recommend nothing better than to stand on the Sean O’Casey bridge at 7.00 am on a crisp November morning without a cloud in sight and the water like a sheet of ice, devoid of even a whisper of wind and, as you take in the cold air, starting at the Custom House make a slow anti clockwise turn until you end up facing down towards the port. In that short space of time you will have seen examples of architecture spanning two and a half centuries. For those of you who have seen pictures from the late nineteenth century of a vibrant port thronging with dozens upon dozens of ships all the way down to the port entrance, it is hard to imagine that this modern port is as much alive today with business as it has ever been. The Celtic Tiger re-invigorated both sides of the Liffey with a Financial Centre and a range of modern buildings housing the legal, financial, professional services and more recently social media companies. As the minutes role on the quietness is broken by the ever increasing noise of people hurrying to work, using every mode of transport available to them eager to fill the empty buildings .

SME’s are the largest employers and sometimes the greatest innovators who create the myriad of enterprises that breath life into the Docklands business community.

It is widely recognised that the SME community is the backbone of the Irish economy and its continued growth will be dependant on their success. It is worth remembering that SME’s account for 99% of irish business and employ 68% of the workforce. So the next time you are having that lunch in a Docklands cafe or using one of the multitude of services on hand locally, take a moment to reflect on the fact that you are in one of the best places in this country to work, live and play. The Docklands has always been here and the only thing that has changed over the centuries is its face. So the next time you are walking around the Docklands spend as much time looking at ground level as you do staring up at the fine office blocks, you will see not only the heart of the community but also its soul.

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Although most people immediately associate the Docklands with international banking, financial service and large legal firms - it is the SME community who provide the beating heart of the district.

Now that the scene is set I would like to remind you of the hidden side of this great part of the city that should be explored when time permits and which is the life blood of Dublin. As you look more closely you will see smaller buildings and streets that run like veins from both sides of this famous river. They house the small businesses or as we like to call them today the SME’s who provide such a myriad of services too numerous to list. In fact they have been here since the city was born changing their face and adapting to the requirements of their bigger brothers who depend on their services for their own survival. They are often overlooked or taken for granted because of their size but if removed would leave a withering community of large office blocks devoid of heart or life.

Alec Drew DCH Partners

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13 Education

National College of Ireland in the IFSC is the college for the Docklands community. For the past 60 years National College of Ireland has helped thousands of graduates realise their potential.

EDUCATION IN the docKlaNds Today, National College of Ireland is a third-level education provider offering internationally recognised programmes, in business, management, human resources, finance, marketing, computing, psychology and more from its state of the art campus on Mayor Square in the heart of the IFSC and Dublin Docklands. Our mission is to change lives through education. Our collective vision is to provide an inspiring educational experience that is innovative, responsive and enterprise focused. We realise this vision in partnership with our docklands community.

Our docklands community also includes those that come every day to work in the organisations that are our near neighbours. NCI offers a range of programmes from Certificate to PhD level. There are many learning options with full and part-time programmes and online courses available. We also offer bespoke professional education and training programmes for organisations and a range of short programmes in specialist areas.

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NCI has an exciting mix of full-time students studying on degree and postgraduate programmes and part-time students coming to study at evenings and weekends. The college also adds a strong international flavour to the area with international students from over 50 countries creating a rich and diverse campus. We have a number of exciting new initiatives. We have recently launched an international Cloud Competency Centre with postgraduate programmes including MSc’s and higher diplomas in Cloud Computing in Web Technologies. We are also offering exciting new courses in data analytics, financial regulation, banking, digital marketing and other emerging areas of business and technology. Our programmes also include Masters courses in management, marketing, learning and teaching, human resources and an MBA programme. The college hosts open evenings throughout the year and would encourage anyone who is looking to build on their skills, develop their career or to gain a new qualification to visit us to find out about the range of possibilities on offer. Regina Dunne National College of Ireland

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Our mission is to change lives through education. Our collective vision is to provide an inspiring educational experience that is innovative, responsive and enterprise focused.

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National College of Ireland is proud to have a unique relationship with its local community, the Dublin Docklands including St Laurence O’Toole’s Parish, St Joseph’s Parish East Wall, St Patrick’s Parish Ringsend & City Quay Parish. Innovative local programmes such as our Early Learning Initiative are perceived as making a real difference to skills and the educational aspirations of children and their families in the Docklands.

These programmes help both the individual student and the educational capital of the docklands area. Many students working in the area complete our courses to enhance their career.


14 The Community

THE JUNCTION: A PROJECT OF ST ANDREW’S RESOURCE CENTRE This year marks the 40th anniversary of The Westland Row/City Quay Social Service Centre, which evolved into St Andrew’s Resource Centre. The board of the Centre decided that this important anniversary should be marked by a special project that: • Enhanced the range and quality of the services provided by the Centre. • Demonstrated an innovative approach to service delivery. • Was financially sustainable both in the development and implementation phases. • Reflected the Centre’s strong principle of partnership with statutory agencies, business supporters and the local community. Developing the concept The parameters of the project developed from a combination of the well-defined and urgent needs of two of the key services offered by the Centre.

Part of the rationale of the youth service is to develop the skills and confidence of young people and to encourage them to exercise leadership roles. In that context, there is a special emphasis on supporting local youth groups and their voluntary leaders, including young members themselves, to develop and implement their own plans and to operate to the highest recognised standards.

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To that end, the Centre identified the need to secure such a space which could draw on the resources of the Centre, including the youth service team. The Centre has also long operated an employment service, which forms part of the Inner-City Employment Service with the support of the Department of Social Protection and previously FÁS. The Job Centre provides personal advice and guidance to those looking for work, many of whom are referred by the local office of the Department of Social Protection. In addition, the Job Centre works with its clients to identify and pursue opportunities for work experience, training and job placement, including through the employment programmes, welfare rights and other services provided by the Centre. One of the pathways open to clients of the Job Centre is that of self-employment through the development of micro-enterprise. For those who wish to explore this option, there is a need for time, space and support to research their concept, develop a business plan and secure the necessary resources. The combination of these two service needs pointed to a solution which would entail a shared space which would be intensively used by two distinct services with very different client needs and profiles, but with similar space and service configurations. The opportunity The Centre became aware of the fortuitous availability of virtually adjoining premises as a result of the closure of a business which had

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In the docklands, just like other business centres, it is the multitude

been trading as a grocer and newsagent. The two-storey building occupies a prominent and bright corner location at the junction of Pearse Street and Macken Street.

The Centre approached the owners of the building, Dublin City Council, to propose that the building be made available to the Centre to provide the innovative combined use outlined above in service of the community. The Centre has enjoyed a long and positive relationship with Dublin City Council in the areas of community development, physical planning, public amenities and culture. Against that successful background, the City Council responded very positively to this approach, having regard to the proposed putting to good use of a prominent building and the specific services to be provided. Their agreement extended to refurbishing the structure to make it suitable for occupation for the intended uses.

In parallel, the Centre briefed its contacts in the local business community, including the Docklands Business Forum, on its plans for the project and the resources and financing which would be necessary to enable the City Council’s offer of the building to result in a viable service. The response was extremely positive, including in particular the provision of design and architectural services free of charge by Darmody Architects who supervised the development. Financial support for the refurbishing and equipping of the premises was generously provided by Dublin City Council, POBAL, Betfair, State Street Bank, 02 and UBS. Other support was provided by City of Dublin Youth Service Board, Local Drugs Task Force DCH Partners, and Pearse Hotel. The outcome The result of the planning and cross-sectoral partnership in the development of this project is that we have delivered a new, high quality resource for the community, which is addressing important community needs.

The highly cost-effective development represents a significant enhancement of the community infrastructure and a development in the range and quality of our services at a time when funding cuts and general resource restrictions threaten the maintenance of existing services. The successful experience of the cooperative effort in bringing the project to fruition has further strengthened the partnership relationships between the Resource Centre and its statutory and business supporters. Finally, the project - which has been branded as THE JUNCTION to underline its distinct and innovative character - represents a fitting and lasting celebration of an important anniversary of a community organisation which remains committed to addressing the changing needs of the parishes of Westland Row and City Quay. To contact the Junction email thejunction@standrews.ie

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The Youth Service, Talk about Youth, which has been operated by the Centre for many years provides a comprehensive range of individual, group and community based programmes to support a holistic vision of personal development for the young people of the area, with special reference to those facing particular needs and challenges. Its programmes are tailored to the needs and interests of young people at each stage of their development.

While the youth service has full access to the services, space and facilities of the Resource Centre, this is necessarily on the basis of shared space. We also have access to a small unit provided to the Centre by Trinity College which is used for small groups engaged in hobby, craft and game activities.

The successful experience of the cooperative effort in bringing the project to fruition has further strengthened the partnership relationships between the Resource Centre and its statutory and business supporters.

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Promoting the Docklands

The Docklands is a world class urban space in the heart of the city.

PROMOTING DOCKLANDS A primary aim of the Docklands Business Forum is to promote the Docklands as a place to visit and enjoy. Unlike a business Park on the outskirts of the M50, Docklands is a world class urban space in the heart of the city. We have the best public transport links in the country, world class entertainment venues, premier hotels and the most cosmopolitan restaurants and cafes in the city. Promoting Docklands as a visitor destination brings life and vibrancy to the area. To achieve our promotional goal and more fully integrate Dublin’s premier business hub with the rest of the city members of the Forum organise two Festivals that in 2013 attracted over 120,000 people into the area. The Waterways Ireland Docklands Summer Festival utilises the unique urban setting of Grand Canal Dock in the heart of Dublin’s regenerated Docklands to showcase exciting on water sporting activities and on land family amusements and attractions. Our 2013 Festival was title sponsored by Waterways Ireland and

attracted 80,000 visitors into the Docklands over the weekend. The 2014 Festival will be held on the 17th & 18th May. The Dublin Port River Fest celebrates the role Dublin Port plays in our community and provides a wide range of activates on and around the River Liffey and the river quays for families over the June bank holiday weekend. Located along the refurnished North Wall Quays the festival showcases the maritime based leisure possibilities on the eastern end of the River Liffey. There is a real opportunity for international events to be hosted annually in the Docklands and the Docklands Business Forum will work with local stakeholders to make this happen. Our sponsors and partners are committed to supporting us in developing each of these events into international festivals over the coming years and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship. What’s good for Docklands is good for Dublin.

The Docklands Business Forum: Our primary objectives are to help establish a thriving and vibrant business community across the Dublin Docklands

THE VOICE OF BUSINESS IN THE DOCKLANDS THE DOCKLANDS BUSINESS FORUM

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geNeral lIstINg Apart from the members of the Docklands Business Forum there are a wide spectrum of all types of businesses operating in the greater Docklands Area. This general list illustrates this and provides a valuable resource for seeking out new business partners or developing business relationships locally. We encourage any business listed here to join the Forum and take part in the economic growth of what is probably Ireland’s most important business quarter.

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NOTE: This general list does not incluude all businesses operating in the wider Docklands area and it is presented here as a reection of the huge diversity of enterprises and organisations based in the area. The Docklands Business Forum has compiled this list over the past few years and cannot guarantee that some listings may have changed at the point of this Duirectory going to press.

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15 GENERAL LISTING

A Paul McKeever 144 Philipsburgh Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3. Aareal Bank A G Dublin Exchange Facility, Mayor Street, Dublin 1. ABN AMRO Bank NV Dublin ABN AMRO House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Accent Europe Insurance Co Ltd 2nd Floor, 12/13 Exchange Place, Dublin 1. Ace Auto Body Ltd Convent Avenue, Off Richmond Road, Fairview, Dublin 3. Ace Europe 5 Georges Dock IFSC, Dublin 1. Ace European Markets Insurance Ltd 5 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. Advance Hearing Aid Centre Ltd 12 Aston Quay, Dublin 2. AIB International Financial Services Ltd AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. AIG Insurance Management Services (Ireland) Ltd AIG Centre, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

Ailesbury Services 3 Portside Business Centre East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Airbus Financial Services 5th Floor, 6 Georges Dock, Dublin 1. Aisling Nelson Unit 67 The Tower Craft Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

All Dublin Plumbing & Heating Ltd 76 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Alleanza Investments West Block Building, AIB International Centre, Dublin 1. Allen Engineering Ltd Wincanton Complex, Tolka Quay, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Alliance Credit Company Ltd 73 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Allweather Truck N Autoglass Replacements 10 O’Byrne Lane, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Aloco Fitted Furniture Macken Street, Dublin 2. Amethyst Designs Ltd The Design Tower, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. An Post Employees Credit Union Ltd 12 The Anchorage, Charlotte Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Anderson & Co 1 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Anp International Finance Ltd International House, 3 Harbourmaster Place, Dublin 1. Appleton Capital Management Ltd Macken House, 40 Mayor Street, Dublin 1. Aquaship Agencies Ltd First Floor Dublin Port Centre, Alexander Road, Dublin 1

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Bpv Finance (International) Plc KBC House, 4 Georges Dock, Dublin 1. Brendan P McCormack & Son 3 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2.

Charleville Car Sales 1 Charleville Avenue, North Strand, Dublin 3.

Broadcast Surveys Ltd Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Citco Fund Services (Dublin) Ltd Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Citizens Information Board Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2.

Bgb Reinsurance Ltd 5 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Bubble Pack Insulation Ltd 3 Bond Drive Extension, Dublin Port, Dublin 3. BW Bank Ireland Plc 6 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Big Marketing 16 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Byrne O’Cleirigh Ltd 30A Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Bill Moss Partnership 24-26 Bridge Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Biz Post Etc Ltd Lagan House, Custom House Square, Dublin 1.

Cadence Design Systems (Ireland) Ltd Block P3 East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Ardagh Dental Supply Co Ltd Euro House, Dockland Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

BBVA Ireland plc 1 North Wall Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1. Bermingham Cameras 9 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2.

Arena Kitchens & Bedrooms 3-4 Cardiff Lane, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Betdaq The Betting Exchange IFSC House, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Aries Mechanical Contractors Ltd Mervil House, 2 Mervil Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3.

BFK Strategic Design Ltd 10 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Arthritis Ireland 1 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Arvato Finance Services Ltd The Arvato Building, Eastpoint Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3. Astec Alarm Manufacturing U3, IDA Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Austin Trumanns Steel Ltd 42 A Fairview Street, Dublin 3. AZAK Garadice House, 3-4 Fairview, Dublin 3. B & F Trailerspares Ltd 79 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Balbo Designs Ltd Unit 22 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Ballybough Youth Project 44 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Bankinter Ireland Ltd Aib International Centre, West Block Building, Dublin 1. Banks Chemist 195 Philipsburgh Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3. Barep Asset Management (Ireland) Ltd 6 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Baxter Financial Services Ltd Finex Europe Dublin Exchange, Dublin 1.

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BKRM 81-82 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Black Tie Ltd 23 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3.. Blackhorse Transport Services Ltd 3 Promenade Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 3. Blinds of Ireland 45 Strandville Ave, North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Blue Leaf Gallery 10 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3. BNP Paribas - Dublin Branch 5 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. BNP Paribas Securities Services 6 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. Bolton Trust Docklands Innovation Park, 128/130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Bosnian Community Development Project 40 Pearse St, Dublin 2.

Cameco Ireland AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Capital Oil Supplies Ltd 17A Alexandra Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Cardif Pinnacle 5 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. Ccmg & Co 7 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3. Cellular Trading Ltd 2 The Windmill, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2. Celtech Software International East Point,Fairview, Dublin 3. Celtic Anglian Water Pidgeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Centre Insurance International Company Ifsc House, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. Chains Ltd Malachi Place, Church Road, East Wall, Dublin 3

CIT Aerospace 3 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Citrix Systems Ireland Block P3 2nd Floor, East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3. Clarion Hotel IFSC IFSC, Excise Walk, Dublin 1. Cliodna Devitt Textile Conservation Trinity College Enterprise, 111 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Coastal Line Container Terminal Ltd Pigeon House Road, South Bank Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Coleman Freight Ltd Administration Building, Tolka Quay Road, Dublin 1. Collen Group 1 Gateway, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Cologne Reinsurance Co (Dublin) Ltd La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Cominvest Asset Management Commerzbank House, Guild Street, Dublin 1. Commerzbank Europe (Ireland) Commerzbank House, Guild Street, IFSC, PO Box 7616, Dublin 1. Communicorp Group Ltd 6th Floor, 1 Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

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AIG Sun America Asset Management Ltd AIG Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Alan Ardiff The Tower Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Alexandra School of Motoring 72 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

Connect Group International & Local Couriers Unit 14, Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

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Dublin City-Wide Drugs Crisis Campaign Ltd 175 North Strand Road, Dublin 1.

Embassy of Lesotho 2 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Faber Maunsell 1st Floor Malt House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

FraudHalt Limited Unit 14 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

De Lage Landen Ireland Co 1 Georges Quay Plaza Georges Quay, Dublin 2.

Dublin Funeral Homes (Staffords) 59-60 North Strand Road, North Strand, Dublin 3.

EMRO Finance Ireland Ltd AIB International Centre, West Block, IFSC, Dublin 1

Falcon/JWT First Choice Travel Shops 3rd Floor Block 5 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Freight Express International Castleforbes Ind Estate, East Wall, Dublin 1,

Deerac Fluidics Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Dublin Property Management 30 Annesley Bridge Road, Fairview, Dublin 3.

CPM Architecture River House, East Wall, Dublin 3.

Dexia Bank Belgium (Dublin Branch) 6 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Dublin Stevedoring & Freight Services Ltd Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Crosbie Property Tolka Quay Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Dexia Fund Services Dublin Ltd Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend St, Dublin 2.

Custom House Administration & Corporate Services Ltd 25 Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

DHL Exel Texaco/Esso JFT, Alexandra Road Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Continuum Technologies River House, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Corporate Health Ireland 10-11 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Corvil Ltd 6 Georges Dock, Dublin 1. Dublin Port Company Alexandra Road, Dublin 1.

CW Electrical 144 Church Road,East Wall, Dublin 3. D One IFSC, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. Da Capo Ltd The Design Tower, Trinity Technology & Enterprise Park, Grand Canal Qualy, Dublin 2. DAON Ltd IFSC House, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. DATAC Control International Ltd Unit 19 Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Dave Curran Design 10 Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. DB Finance & Financial Services Limited 5 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. DCC Financial Services West Block Building, AIB International Centre, Dublin 1.

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Diamond Stephen Associates 68 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Dilmun Financial Services 4 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Custom House Docks, Dublin 1. DM Mechanical & Pipe Installation Ltd Jetty Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Dorman Timber Agencies Irl Ltd 33 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Dorville Homes Ltd 38 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Dotmobi 2 LaTouche House, IFSC, Dublin 1. DoubleClick The Plaza, East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3. Dubarry Shoemakers Ltd Grattan House,1 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2.

Dublin Business Innovation Centre The Tower, TCD Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

DZ Bank Ireland Plc Guildhouse, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. E & S Reinsurance (Ireland) Ltd 2 Custom House Plaza, IFSC , Dublin 1. East Wall Cleaners Limited 79 St Marys Road, East Wall, Dublin 3. East Wall Community Centre Ltd (Sean O’Casey Community Centre) St Marys Road, East Wall, Dublin 3. East-Link Ltd Toll Plaza York Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Emuse Technologies Unit 24 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Enable Technologies 10 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Energy Solutions 32 East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Enowine Unit 1A Valentia House, Custom House, Plaza IFSC, Dublin 1. ESB Sportsco South Lotts Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Esg Reinsurance Ireland Ltd 12-13 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Estuary Oil Distributors Lower Alexandra Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Eurco Ltd 6 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

ECDL Foundation Ltd 3rd Floor Portview House, Thorncastle Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Eurocast Ireland Ltd Euro House, U4 Dockland Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Echo Moving & Storage Unit K7 The Merchant Yard, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Eurocollege Institute of Education Ltd Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3,

Edward Dillon & Co Ltd Estuary House Block 7, East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3.

European Institute Of Womens Health 33 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

eircom.net Unit B East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Everton Depot South Bank Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Eirespan Unit J3/K12 Merchants Yard, East Wall Road, Dublin 1.

Excise Bar & Cafe Ltd IFSC, 1 Lower Mayor Street, Dublin 1.

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Family Heraldry Studio 3 The Tower, Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. FHR Hotels Finance Ireland AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Fiba Finance Plc 77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 1.

FreightTeam Ireland Promenade Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1, FTI International House 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1, GA Corporation Finance AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1,

FileNET IBM Group Company Block W, East Point Business Park.

GAM Fund Management Ltd Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2.

Finance Life 40 The Moorings, Fitwilliam Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Garanti Financial Services Plc La Touche House, IFSC, Custom House Docks, Dublin 1.

Financial Risk Solutions 2-4 Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, DUblin 2.

Gary Keville Transport South Bank Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Fineco Finance Ltd 2nd Floor, AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Gas-Weld Ltd East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

FINEX Europe Dublin Exchange Facility, IFSC, Dublin 1. First Rate Enterprises Ltd 40 Mespil Road, Dublin 4. FirstRand Ltd 33 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2. Fix My Tax Unit 19 Butlers Court, 77 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Gerard Kelly & Co Ltd Spring Garden Street, North Strand, Dublin 3. Gerard Kelly Hire Services Ltd 12-20 East Road, East Wall, Dublin 3. Gohop.com 38 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Gordon Kellett Motors Ltd 44 South Dock Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Grafton Litho Ltd 19 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2.

Focus Investments Ltd 3rd Floor Ifsc, 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1.

Grant Thornton 24-26 City Quay, Dublin 2.

Foley Motors 39 Strandville Avenue, North Strand, Dublin 3.

Greenland Shipping Ltd Container Terminal, South Bank Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

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Datapage International Ltd Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

DCD Engineering International Ltd Westblock Building, IFSC, Dublin 1.

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HA O’Neil Ltd Waterways House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

House to House Publicity Hanover House, Hanover Quay, Dublin 2.

Indigo Services Ltd Unit B2 East Point Business Park, Dublin 3.

Hamilton Shipping Ltd Alexandra Road, Port Centre, Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Housing Finance Agency Plc Eden House, 15-17 Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

Innerworkings R & D Office Mayor St, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Hanjin 1A Alexandra Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Hoyer International Logistics Group 3 Promenade Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 3.

Hannover Re Advanced Solutions Ltd 2 Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Hannover Reinsurance (Ireland) Ltd 2 Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Haptica Ltd Unit 1A Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

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HEAnet Ltd 1st Floor 5 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

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Heiton Buckley Ltd The Brickyard, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

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Helaba Dublin Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen International PO Box 3137, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. Helaba International Finance Plc Po Box 3137 Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. Henry A Crosbie Tolka Quay Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Henry J Lyons & Partners 47/48 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Hiberian Molasses Co Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. High Wire Ltd 147 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Holiday Inn 98-107 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

IDEA, 5 Clarendon Mews, Lad Lane, Dublin 2 T: 01 25 000 50 E: info@idea.ie www.idea.ie

Hugh O’Neill & Co 45 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Innovex Ireland East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3. Insomnia Coffee Company Unit 2 Lower Mayor Street, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Hygiene Group Sales 12 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2.

Inspection Services Ltd Administration Building, Tolka Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Hypo Public Finance Bank International House, 3 Harbour Master Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

International Fund Managers (Ireland) Ltd Second Floor, IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1.

ICAN Malt House North, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Interpolis Captive Management Services Ltd Georges Dock House, IFSC, Dublin 1.

ICS Building Society New Century House, IFSC, Dublin 1. ICT Eurotel Unit A1, Eastpoint Business Park, Dublin 3. IdentiGEN Ltd Unit 9 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Ifilgroup Finance Ltd AIB Block, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Intesa BCI Bank Ireland Plc Aib International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Intuition Publishing Ltd IFSC House, Custom House Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1. Invesco 1st Floor,Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2.

IFMS Ltd 1 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

IQ Content Ltd Docklands Innovation Park 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

IFSC Flowers Custom House Square, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Irish Association of Social Workers 114-116 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

IFSC Medical Centre 10/11 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Irish Crests & Embroidery Unit 13B Dockland Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

IIU Asset Strategies Ltd IFSC House, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

Irish Fine Art Plasterwork Ltd 144 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

Independent Laboratory Ltd Unit 37 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Irish Funds Industry Association 1 Gandon House, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin 1.


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Irish Life & Permanent Plc Group Treasury Custom House Plaza 4, IFSC, Dublin 1. Irish Osteoporosis Society 33 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Irish Taxi Owners Co-op Credit Union 9-10 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2. Irish Taxi Owners Co-Op Society Ltd 10 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2. Irish Trade Union Trust Ltd 3rd floor Liberty Hall, Eden Quay, Dublin 1. IS Dublin Financial Services North Block, IFSC, Dublin 1. Island Capital Ltd 1 Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Isolearn Technologies Ltd Suite 208 NCI Research & Business Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Italmobiliare AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

KBL Bank Ireland KBC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. KCH Fuel Technology Ltd 45 Lower Fairview Avenue, Dublin 3. Keating Motors Xavier Avenue, North Strand, Dublin 3.

Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen Girozentrale Irish Bank Commerzbank House, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Lomond Avenue Delivery Office Lomond Avenue, Off Philipsburg Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Larkin Unemployment Centre 57-58 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

London Life & General Reinsurance Co Ltd Guild House, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Lasr Technology Ltd 19 Eden Quay, Dublin 1. Lavazza Finance Ltd Westblock Building, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Kelly Controls Ltd 13 Fitzwilliam Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Leech Papers Ltd Shamrock Place, North Strand, Dublin 1.

Kilbride Auctioneers Ltd 148 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Lendac Data Systems Ltd Unit 6 Enterprise Centre, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Kingspan International Finance AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Kirwan Funeral Homes 21 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3. Koratrade MTMC Ltd 4 Harbour Master Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Kosran ECV Ltd 145 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Lennon Heather & Co 24-26 City Quay, Dublin 2. Leslie Reynolds Co Ltd 126 East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Leydens Ltd 158A Richmond Road, Fairview, Dublin 3.

ITG Europe Ltd 2nd Floor Dublin Exchange Facility, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Kumba Finance Ireland Ltd Aib Block, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Liberty International Underwriters Ground FloorGuild House, IFSC, Dublin 1.

JJ Kavanagh & Sons Ltd 33 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

L Connaughton & Sons Ltd Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Light Ltd 96 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

John Dignam Design & Consultancy 2 Waterloo Avenue, North Strand, Dublin 3.

L Redmond (Electrical) Ltd Hawthorn Avenue, East Wall, Dublin 3.

Limo.ie 60 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

Joseph MacNamee & Co Ltd 1B East Wall Road, Dublin 3. JP Morgan Bank (Ireland) Plc JP Morgan House, IFSC , Dublin 1. JP Motorcycles 107 Pearse St, Dublin 2. Kane Motors Rere 17A Fairview Avenue, Dublin 3.

La Salle Global Fund Services ABN AMRO House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Lalor Ayelet Unit 26 The Tower, Trinity Enterprise Centre, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Lambay Capital Ltd Finex Europe, Dublin Exchange Facility, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Little Sport 3 Merville Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3. Lockhart & Company 7 Annesley Bridge Road, Fairview, Dublin 3. Loman Cusack Design 70 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Lombard Ireland Ltd Ulster Bank Group Centre, Georges Quay, Dublin 2.

Lamination Services 41 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

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Luna Technologies Ltd NCI 1 Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. M & A Motorcycles Centre 173 North Strand Road, Dublin 1. McCartan’s Pharmacy 34 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3. MacAndrews Shipping Irl Ltd Conway House, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Magazine Mailing Services Ltd Unit 4 Portside Business Centre, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Magna Ireland Finance IFSC, Dublin 1. Marcus Lynch Solicitors 12 Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1. Marek Studio MGBS 6 Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1. Marina Press Print Ltd 19-21 Annesley Place, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Matheson 70 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Media One North Block Malt House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Matrix Internet Solutions 6 Cardiff Lane, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Mediterranean Nautilus Ltd 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Matrix Internet Solutions 31 Westland Square, Dublin 2.

Mednautilus 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Matrix Resources Ltd Fitzwilliam House, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2. Maxol Employees Credit Union Ltd C/O Maxol Limited, 3 Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Maxol Group 3 Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. MC Dolan & Co Ridge House, 1 Conyngham Road, Dublin 8. McCool Controls 12A Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. McGrath Freighteam Ireland Ltd Promenade Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 3. McGuinness Whelan Music 30/32 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

Marine Terminals Ltd Admin Centre South Bank Quay, Pigeon House Road, Ringsend Road, Dublin 4.

McKeever Rowan 5 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Marino College of Further Education 1 North Strand Road, Dublin 1.

McKeon Brothers Ltd Unit 2 Portside Business Centre, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Martin J Kelly & Co 136 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

McShane & Co 24-26 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 1.

Mary Crotty Public Relations Ltd 18 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Meagher Solicitors 8 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Masterservice 6 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Kantar Media 19G1 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Metzler Ireland Ltd 1 Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. Michael Dowd 12 Spencer Street, North Strand, Dublin 3. Michael V Lavin 37 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Michiel Dehoog The Tower Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Micksgarage.ie Unit 9 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. CG Power Systems Ireland Herbert HouseHarmony Row, Dublin 2. Mindstream National College of Ireland, IFSC, Dublin 1. Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance Custom House Plaza IFSC, Dublin 1. Mitsui Sumitomo Reinsurance 4 Exchange Place, Custom House Docks, IFSC, Dublin 1. MJ O’Connor & Company 64 North Strand Road North Strand, Dublin 3. Molloy & Sherry Eirfreeze Ltd Bond Road, Alexandra Quay, Dublin 3. MoneyMate Ltd 57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay Dublin 2.

Connections: 2013 -2014

Jones Engineering Group Waterways House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

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KBC Finance (Ireland) KBC House, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Monte Paschi Ireland Ltd 2nd Floor AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

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Monte Paschi Life Ireland Ltd Georges Quay Plaza, 1 Georges Quay, Dublin 2. Montgomery Transport Ltd Bond Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 3. Munchies Sandwich Bar Unit 1 West Retail Unit, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Norwich Union International Ltd 6 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. O2 Communications (Irl) Ltd 28-29 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Murray Futures Ltd Finex Building IFSC, Dublin 1.

O2 Retail 27/29 Sir John Rogersons, Dublin 2.

Nalg Ireland AIB Block, IFSC, Dublin 1.

O’Brien Curran O’Mahony 28 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3.

Naspa Dublin La Touche House, Fourth Floor, IFSC, Dublin 1.

O’Byrne Jenkins 5-7 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

National Crafts Fair of Ireland 188 Custom House Harbour IFSC, Dublin 1.

Odin Consultants Ltd 52 Lower Sandwith Street, Dublin 2. O’Donohoe Solicitors 11 Fairview, Dublin 3. O’Keeffe Flowers 74 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

National Irish Bank Markets Division International House, 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

OMS Architects 33 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.

National Office Equipment 41 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Openplain NCI Research & Business Centre, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin 1.

O’Muire Smyth 33 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.

Parkside Oil Alexander Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1. Patrick Lynch Ltd Waterways House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Paula McHugh Solicitor Dollard House, 2-5 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2. Pauldar Design The Tower, Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Pearse Street Hardware Ltd 109 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Penna Plc 9 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2. Performix Technologies 9 Hanover Street East, Dublin 2. Pfizer International Bank Europe The Watermarque Building Ringsend, Dublin 4. Pfizer Research & Development Co The Watermarque Building, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Pfizer Service Company Ireland The Watermarque Building, Ringsend, Dublin 4. PFPC International 2 Riverside, Sir John Rogersons Quay, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2.

Orange Recruitment Ltd 7 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2.

PH Sound Systems Unit 5 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

NEC (UK) Ltd 21 Clanwilliam Terrace, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Orcawise Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Phelim A Murray Ltd Cambridge Works, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Norcontel (Ireland) Ltd 4 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

O’Regans Flags 135 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Pierres Foodservice Ltd Bond Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 3.

Pamela Keeley Stage School 128/130 Dockland Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Pioneer Alternative Investments 6th Floor, 1 Georges Quay Plaza, Georges Quay, Dublin 2.

Paper Conservation Studio Unit 64 The Tower Design Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Pioneer Investment Management Ltd 1 Georges Quay Plaza Georges Quay, Dublin 2.

Norse Merchant Ferries Alexandra Road Extension Dublin Port, Dublin 3.

Connections: 2013 -2014

National Oil Reserves Agency Ltd 7 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

North Strand Post Office North Strand, Dublin 3.

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Norton Associates Unit 11 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Murray Flynn Maguire 12-14 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3.

Danske Bank 3rd Floor International House, Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

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Planart Special Products Unit 7 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Plusvital Ireland Ltd 6th Floor, 1 Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Porsche Financial Management Services Ltd 1 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Porterton Security Unit 1 Dublin Port Tunnel, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Rapid Concept Office Furniture 6-9 Fitzwilliam Quay, Ringsend, Dublin 4. SMBC Aviation Capital IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. ReActors Agency 1 Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

Simultrans Ltd River House, 54-72 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Rowenta Ireland Ltd 29a Westland Square Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

SIPTU Liberty Hall, Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

Surfdock South Dock Road, Ringsend Road, Dublin 4.

Snap Printing 8 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1.

Sweeney O’Rourke Ltd 34 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Solas Technology Ltd 128 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Synergen Dublin Bay Power Plant, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

RS Roofing Ltd 8 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2. Sachsen Lb Europe Plc Ninth Floor Block A 1 Georges Quay Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Penna O’Shea 9 Hanover St East, Dublin 2.

Reefer Care Tolka Quay Road, Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

Sanpaolo Imi Bank Ireland Plc 3rd Floor Kbc House, 4 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Premier Sicily 5 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Reefer Tech Ireland Ltd Bond Drive Extension, Dublin Port, Dublin 3.

Schiesser Ireland Ltd 129 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

ProActive Labs Ltd ProActive House, 19 Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

Relay Business Software Ltd 4 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Publicis Direct 7-11 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Harvey Nash Unit 2 51 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Publicis QMP 7-11 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Ringsend Community Training Center Regal House, 28 Fitzwilliam Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Premier Flights 5 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Pyschological Society of Ireland Floor 2, Grantham House Grantham Street, Dublin 2.

Quinn Agnew 20 Clanwilliam Square, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Quintiles (Ireland) Ltd Block N East Point Business Park. Quintillion 24-26 City Quay, Dublin 2. Rabobank Ireland plc Charlemont Place, Dublin 2.

Ringsend Technical Institute Cambridge Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. River Court Business Centre 17/19 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2. Riverside Fitness Club Eden House, Eden Quay, Dublin 1. Robert Walters Ltd 2nd Floor Riverview House, 21 - 23 City Quay, Dublin 2.

Scotiabank (Ireland) Ltd IFSC House, Custom House Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1. Sea Air International 1 Tolka Quay Road, Dublin 1. Seamens Union of Ireland 61 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Seamus Gill Studio 21 The Tower, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Securitas Treasury (Irelandl) Ltd La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Security Pak Systems Ltd 5 Portside Business Centre, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Seven Wonders 4b Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1. SG Russell Asset Management (Ireland) Ltd 3rd Floor IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Shaffrey Associates 29 Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1. Siebel Systems Ltd Block P6 Eastpoint Business Park, Alfie Byrne Road, East Wall, Dublin 3.

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Solomon Solutions Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

System Dynamics Whitaker Court, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

The Bill Moss Partnership 24-26 Bridge Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4. The Energy Exchange Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. The Good Food Kitchen 16 Gordon Street, Off South Lotts Road, Dublin 4. The Grafton Barber 1A Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1. The Hammond Lane Metal Co Ltd Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4.

Solvay Finance Ireland AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Staffords Funeral Homes 60 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

Spin 103.8 The Malt House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

Take Stock 33 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Star Technology Solutions Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Tara Nova Ltd Georges Quay, Tara Street Station, Dublin 2.

Starcom Mediavest 16 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2.

Tara Publishing Company Ltd Poolbeg House, Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2.

State Street International Ireland 78 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2.

Taxi 2000 2nd Floor Moran House, 9 - 10 Hanover Street, Dublin 2.

Statoil Exploration (Ireland) Ltd 6 Georges Dock,IFSC, Dublin 1.

Tayar Receivables Co AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

The Lawrence Life Assurance Company Ltd The Watermarque Building, Ringsend Road, Dublin 4.

TC Matthews Carpets 19-20 City Quay, Dublin 2 Dublin 2.

The Lawrence Re Ireland Ltd The Watermarque Building, Ringsend Road, Dublin 4.

Td Global Finance Plaza 2, Custom House Plaza, IFSC, Dublin 1. Tedcastle Properties Top House, Promenade Road, East Wall, Dublin 3.

The Limited Ireland Finance Company AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Strata3 10 Westland Square,Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Tfx Financial Services West Block Building, IFSC, Dublin 1.

The Poster Company Ltd Unit 8 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Student Travel Services 19-21 Aston Quay, Dublin 2.

The Bagel Bar 6 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2.

Sumitomo Finance Dublin Ltd La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1.

The Bagel Factory Unit 4 Mayor Street Lower, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Statoil Topaz Unit 6,Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. Steorn Ltd Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Stephen Nolan Transport Ltd Tolka Quay Road,Dublin Port, Dublin 1.

The Harbourmaster Restaurant & Bar Financial Services Centre, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. The Insurance Shop 84 North Strand Road, Dublin 3.

The Irish Times Electronic Publishing Division Ballast House, 4th Floor, Aston Quay, Dublin 2. The Laughter Lounge 6 Eden Quay, Dublin 1.

The Mortgage Store Mayor Street Lower, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Connections: 2013 -2014

Quaestor Analytic Ltd 1A Portside Bus Centre, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Ringsend District Community Centre Ringsend House, Thorncastle Street, Dublin 4.

Supportsit 70 Amien Street, Dublin 1.

Rotary M & E Services (Ireland) Ltd Esmond Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Red Sky Docklands Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

Precision Clock Systems Ltd Unit 23 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

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Rangoli Studio 67 Design Tower, Trinity Enterprise Centre, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.

The Readers Cafe 138 Pearse Street Library, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

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The Recruitment Business (Ireland) Ltd 1st Floor, Whitaker Court, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2. The Ringsend Market 5 Bridge Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4. O’Regan Flags 135 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. TJ Brabazon & Co 29 Fairview Strand, Dublin 3. TLM Engineering Ltd South Bank Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Tom Canavan Motors Ltd East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Topaz Software Ltd 32 Dockland Innovation Park, 128-130 East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Totta Ireland AIB International Centre, IFSC, Dublin 1. Treoir 14 Gandon House, Custom House Square, IFSC, Dublin 1. Trinity Shipping Agents Ltd North Suite, The Malt House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Tropical Places 5 Exchange Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. TTC The Malt House, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2. Tyco Healthcare AG 2nd Floor Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2. Tyco International Finance Ireland 2nd Floor Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2. Tyco International Financial Services 2nd Floor Georges Quay House, 43 Townsend Street, Dublin 2. Typeform Portside Business Centre, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

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Tyre Reinsurance (Ireland) Ltd IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. UBS International Life Ltd 2nd Floor 1 Georges Quay Plaza, Dublin 2. Ulster Bank Commercial Services Ltd Ulster Bank Group Centre, Georges Quay, Dublin 2. Unicredito Italiano Bank (Ireland) Plc La Touche House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Unique Design Unit 29 Docklands Innovation Park, East Wall Road, Dublin 3. Utility O & M Services Ltd Dublin Bay Power Plant, Pigeon House Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4. Vanguard Investment Series JP Morgan House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Venetian Blinds (Ireland) Ltd 121 North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Veneto Ireland Financial Services Ltd Commerzbank House, Guild Street, IFSC, Dublin 1. Carrolica Life KBC House, 4 Georges Dock, IFSC, Dublin 1. Virtual Access Holdings Ltd Unit 18 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Virtual Access Ireland Ltd Unit 18 Trinity Enterprise Centre, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Westgate Biological Ltd 56 Longboat, Sir John Rogerson Quay, Dublin 2.

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WestLB (Ireland) plc IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Westlb Covered Bond Bank Plc IFSC House, IFSC, Dublin 1. Wgz-Bank Ireland Plc International House, 3 Harbourmaster Place, IFSC, Dublin 1. Whitaker Associates 4-6 Thorncastle Street, Ringsend, Dublin 4. White Horse Inn 1 Georges Quay, Dublin 1. Who42 Benson Street, 77 Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin 2. Wilmington Trust/SPV Management (Dublin Ltd) IFSC, Dublin 1. Wincanton Ireland Ltd Statoil Depot, Promenade Road, East Wall, Dublin 3. Winegate Haulage Merchants Yard, East Wall Road, Dublin 3.

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World Travel Centre 35 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Worldwide Jobs Ltd 11 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3. Yankee Trading Ltd Dublin Exchange Facility, IFSC, Dublin 1.

VISION Consulting East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Zorlu Financial Services Ltd AIB Block, IFSC, Dublin 1.

Vivendi Games Ireland Unit F1 East Point Business Park, Fairview, Dublin 3.

Zurich Bank La Touche House, 3rd Floor, IFSC, Dublin1.

Waterborne Productions Ltd 114 Ringsend Park, Dublin 4.

Zzz Mobile Windscreens 10 Byrnes Lane Off Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

West Global IFSC, Custom House Dock, 9 Exchange Place, Dublin 1.

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