Multiple industrial, services and high-technology sectors have already established themselves along the Dublin-Belfast Economic Corridor.
The Corridor has attracted investment from both indigenous and international companies for the culture of support for innovation and enterprise which has been fostered by the public sector.
The Corridor provides excellent access to city airports, city ports, M1 road infrastructure connecting Dublin and Belfast to road infrastructure across the island. Several clusters have developed along the corridor in key sectors such as financial services, environment, energy, pharmaceutical, life sciences, food manufacturing & agri-food, IT & digital services and engineering.
Learn more below about the clusters which have already developed along the Corridor