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The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities announce a new partnership with Squarespace

The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with Squarespace.

Squarespace is the all-in-one website building and ecommerce platform that empowers millions of dreamers, makers, and doers by providing them with the tools they need to bring their creative ideas to life. On Squarespace's dynamic all-in-one platform, customers can claim a domain, build a website, sell online, and market a brand. Their suite of products combines cutting-edge design and world-class engineering, making it easier than ever to establish and own your online presence. Founded in 2003, Squarespace's team of more than 1,200 is headquartered in downtown New York City, with offices in Dublin, Ireland and Portland, Oregon.

Speaking about the new partnership between Squarespace and the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities,

Colm MacCarvill, Squarespace Assistant General Counsel and Director of Squarespace Ireland said, It is a privilege for Squarespace to support the students and staff at Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities in their commitment to building a more inclusive society and enabling people with an intellectual disability to develop their full potential. We look forward to developing the students knowledge and understanding of ecommerce and website building platforms, and to learn from the unique experiences of the students.

Jorge Hoppe, Squarespace Director of Customer Operations and Site Lead Dublin said, Over 1.3 billion people across the world live with some form of disability. Squarespace Ireland is proud to partner with the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities and shares the belief that increased inclusivity benefits everyone in society. We are very much looking forward to learning from and partnering with the students and staff of the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Marie Devitt, Pathways Coordinator of the TCPID added, “We are very excited to partner with Squarespace. The partnership will create new and exciting opportunities for our students and graduates, allowing them to learn about the very creative world of online publishing, brand development and website design. We are really looking forward to working with the Squarespace team to build a very strong partnership over the coming years and to further develop an environment of real inclusion in the workplace.

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