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About Tullamore

A county town of Offaly in the midlands of Ireland, Tullamore is famous for its Irish whiskey "Tullamore Dew" that can be traced back to 1829. A town for whiskey drinkers, it has a population of around the 14,607 residents and won the Gold Medal status in the National Tidy Towns Awards in 2015. Tullamore boosted its tourist appeal when in 2005 it hosted the Sheep Dog Trials and it has held Europe's largest Outdoor Exhibition and Agricultural Trade Show that involved the National Ploughing Championships. Bundle these facts together; sheep dogs, ploughs and whiskey, and you have one eclectic and diverse town where coworking venues have sprung up to cater to its innovative minds when they aren't out chasing sheep dogs, ploughing a field or imbibing in their local heritage.

Tullamore itself may not be a tech hub, but Ireland is the world's largest exporter of software with numerous American high-tech companies investing massively into the country. It's home to the European (or regional) headquarters of companies such as Google, Microsoft, Apple, IBM and the list goes on. Numerous tech startups are making the global market sit up and take notice of the Emerald Isle, such as LogoGrab (image recognition technology), Soapbox Labs (voice recognition tech) and Popertee (connecting brands with vacant spaces for short-term retail) to name a few.

Tullamore is where you may run into some long lost family member as its estimated that over 80 million people of Irish descent live outside of Ireland, think about 34 million Americans and about half the population of Australia, plus numerous other countries. A coworking venue may just be the place to look up your leprechaun roots if you don't have more pressing work to do or the call of an Irish Whiskey is not on your agenda.