With a proven track record in both financial services and technology, Ireland is recognised as a key hub for IFS. 1/3 of IFS jobs in Ireland are outside Dublin – M1 Corridor has a significant concentration of IFS businesses, only 30-60 minutes from Dublin’s IFSC. The M1 Payments Corridor is building an internationally recognised e-commerce, fintech and payments hub.
Ireland is among the top 10 most innovative countries in the world. M1 Corridor is home to a vibrant cluster of indigenous and multinational businesses in software, communications and other digital technologies.
A cluster of indigenous and multinational biotech, pharmaceutical and medical technology companies is emerging in the M1 Corridor, as continued investment in world-class research contributes to Ireland’s position as the largest net exporter of pharmaceuticals in the world.
Almac, AmRAY Medical, Becton Dickenson, Bellurgan Precision Engineering Ltd., Blueacre Technology, Kyvor Genomics, Multi-Color Corp, Ovelle Pharmaceuticals Ltd., PetSafe Europe, MSD Biotek, Bristol Myres Squibb, PCI Pharma Services, Siemens, SK Biotek.
WuXi Biologics, Biomanufacturing Facility currently under construction, €325m investment
Wasdell Group, Pharmaceutical facility currently under construction, €30m investment
Many established and startup businesses are embracing energy and environmental challenges, taking full advantage of the advanced skills and research opportunities the M1 Corridor provides to address these challenges and drive business results.
Demonstrating technological advancement since megalithic times, market leaders in engineering and food manufacturers have a long history within the M1 Corridor, exporting to global markets.
Track Record – Food
Track Record – Engineering