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“It’s Always About the People”, says PCH’s Liam Casey [Video]

PCH founder and CEO Liam Casey is having a busy week in Dublin. He’s attending Web Summit, of course – he says that Silicon Valley was full of talk about that event last week. But before the Summit, PCH was involved with running the three-day Design and Hardware Hackathon at DCU Innovation Campus over the weekend. That’s where he spoke to Technology.ie. […]

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Justin Mares Confirmed for the Final Growth Hackers Dublin [Audio]

Justin Mares will headline the sixth and final Growth Hackers Dublin event on November 3 at the Abbey Theatre. He’s the co-author of Traction: A Startup Guide to Getting Customers, which he co-wrote with Gabriel Weinberg, the founder of search engine DuckDuckGo. Justin is the former Director of Revenue at Exceptional, a software company that Rackspace acquired for 8 figures in 2013. […]

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Electricity Exchange Founder is Limerick’s Best Young Entrepreneur

A University of Limerick engineering graduate has won €20,000 after being named Limerick’s Best Young Entrepreneur at a function hosted in the Castletroy Park Hotel. Founded by Dr. Paddy Finn, Electricity Exchange provides systems and expertise for Demand Side Units, used by large electricity users to manage their own generation of some of their own power. […]

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David Smith and Clyde Hutchinson on Disruptive Ecosystems [Video]

Disruptors was the title of a conference held last Friday in Dublin’s Marker hotel. Technology.ie was there and we spoke to many of the contributors, beginning with David Smith and Clyde Hutchinson who had just participated in a panel discussion on Disruptive Ecosystems. Technology.ie is brought to you by Blacknight, Ireland’s leading provider of hosting and domains. Related articles Be the Disruptor, […]

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Irish Startups Go Hiking!

Forget wine bars and breakfast meetups; Dublin’s startup community is taking to the open air for recreation and – yes – networking. It started with a tweet from Andreea Wade, who was soon joined by Aisling Hannon and Tracy Keogh. I want to go hiking. Do you also want to go hiking? Because I really want to go […]

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Jules Coleman, Hassle.com

Hassle.com now Matching Cleaners & Clients in Ireland [Audio]

Today’s podcast (18:32; 11MB; MP3) features Jules Coleman, co-founder of Hassle.com, which launched in Dublin yesterday. Hassle.com is an online marketplace that allows busy people to book and pay for someone to come and clean their house. Traditionally, this has been a difficult task, heavily dependent on word-of-mouth recommendations and trust, both on the part of the client […]

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