Partners

The Inishowen Digital Innovation Hub is led by Donegal County Council, Enterprise Ireland, ERNACT, Letterkenny Institute of Technology and CoLab.


LYIT
LYIT bring their experience of the development of digital hubs, as well as their expertise in developing technology transfer, skills and innovation programmes. LYIT will act as a gateway to innovation and research networks in Ireland and N. Ireland.

Donegal, Ireland  
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John Andy Bonar
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Donegal County Council
The Council, in addition to providing the site and building for the hub, bring their experience, resources and expertise in developing large capital projects. The Council will also bring their enterprise and community development skills to the project

Donegal, Ireland  
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John Mc Laughlin
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Enterprise Ireland
Enterprise Ireland provide the major funding for this project through their Regional Enterprise Development Fund (REDF). They will use the hub as a base for delivering innovation, research and enterprise programmes to enterprises in Inishowen.

Donegal, Ireland  
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Carole Brenan
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CoLab
CoLab, part of LYIT's innovation services, is providing it's hub development and operational expertise to the Inishowen Digital Hub. It also will bring its substantial startup, innovation and entrepreneurship know-how to the Inishowen peninsula

Donegal, Ireland  
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Patsy Donaghy
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Inishowen Development Partnership
Inishowen Development Partnership brings its considerable experience in community enterprise development to the operation of the hub, as well as its resources and expertise in training and education and knowledge of local communities.

Donegal, Ireland  
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Shauna Mc Clenaghan
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ERNACT Network
ERNACT are providing a project management service to the Inishowen Digital Hub during the development and construction phase of the project. This includes liaison with the funders, serving the board, communications and progress reporting.

ERNACT Network, Ireland  
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