[quote=“Kinvara’s Passion, post: 867006, member: 686”]Very early stages @mickee321 . Banks are cutting debts deals left right and centre, people (mid 30’s to early 50’s) are starting get on with their lives again.
Food is the next boom sector and Ireland is well placed to benefit from this.
However the next crash will come with the realization that most of these social tech shares are way over priced. There is a serious bursting of a bubble to happen here at some stage. Ireland will have somewhat of a suffering in this but the food sector will rescue us.[/quote]
havent been in dublin since an all ireland semi final in 2011 but there seems to be some awful auld bubble starting up around the docklands with the likes of facebook and google opening up. Landlords must be creaming themselves.
Ive read of “start up zone” and other talk associated with this but again its hugely dependent on flaky corporations who’ll down tools at the first sign of a problem, these arent high tech start ups, its just merely outsourcing or in the case of Intel in Leixlip a technology transfer from a different site so the money could be gone in the morning.
Surely we will soon have the latest breed of Celtic tiger singletons paying a grand a month rent in one of those awful Allison O"Riordan type shoeboxes on the luas line out towards the Point, yer man who runs that very good Lovin Dublin recipe website wrote a funny review of the restaurants down there recently saying it was overpriced, bad quality grub but that was what the clientele were willing to accept and pay for.