Paul Holden reappointed as chairman of Digital Hub board

Brendan McDonagh and Seamas Ratigan also reappointed to board

The Digital Hub is currently home to 89 digital enterprises, with some 650 full-time employees

The Digital Hub is currently home to 89 digital enterprises, with some 650 full-time employees

 

Paul Holden has been reappointed as chairman of the Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) for a further two years.

Mr Holden, who has served as chairman of the DHDA board since January 2014, is managing directors of the editorial consultancy firm Redacteurs and a member of the Institute of Directors.

Brendan McDonagh and Seamas Ratigan have also been reappointed as members of the agency’s board. Mr McDonagh is director of business intelligence in the IDA and has been on the DHDA’s board since April 2013. Mr Ratigan, who had been a board member since May 2012, is the local community representative on the panel.

Other members of the board include Owen Keegan, Gerry Macken, Katherine Licken and Claire Duignan.

The Digital Hub is currently home to 89 digital enterprises, with some 650 full-time employees. The enterprise cluster, which consists of eight buildings located in the Liberties area of Dublin city, is forecasting that more than 700 people will be employed within the digital cluster by the end of 2015.