Crown Square has great connectivity that makes travelling straightforward. Whether it’s business meetings or social nights out, getting to the heart of the action is easy.
Crown Square is only seven minutes from the motorway reducing travel times to the capital and regional cities around Ireland. Whether you have business meetings or social events in the diary, Bus Éireann and City Direct offer regular bus services from early till late. While Citylink and GoBus operate from the Galway Coach Station direct to Dublin city centre.
Keen cyclists may prefer pedal power. In keeping with the sustainable ethos of Galway, there are extensive bike paths throughout the city. Unlock a healthier a way of travelling with 195 bikes at your service courtesy of 22 bike stations located everywhere from the train station to the City Library.
NUI Galway has over 17,000 students and is recognised as Ireland’s leading university for knowledge transfer. Strategic alliances with local industries have strengthened its international reputation leading to the creation of more patents and spin-off companies than any other Irish university.
GMIT is home to over 7,000 students and impressive third level courses. It’s the only Institute of Technology in the country to win the coveted Sunday Times Institute of the Year three times.
Galway attracts the biggest names in global business. Since the late 60s, its economic development has thrived, largely fuelled by global firms clamouring to establish a base at the gateway to Europe. Medtech and ICT sectors have flourished since Boston Scientific and Medtronic opened their doors in the 1990s.
Galway is now recognised as one of five global medtech hubs. Invention is the lifeblood of the city. The presence of IBM, Oracle and SAP proves Galway has the right ecosystem for tech companies. Its geography, connectivity, third level training and complementary business sectors offer new opportunities for enterprises to explore.