San Francisco app development start-up WorkOS absorbs Dublin company as it raises $80m
Colm Tuite and Stephen Haney first gained momentum with their Dublin software startup Modulz four years ago. After being acquired by a US app development company, they are now a part of a multi-million dollar Silicon Valley funding round.
Mobile man: Covid might have dented his growth trajectory, but Tommy Kearns is still bullish for the future
Tommy Kearns founded Xtremepush in 2014 and in the past three years has made two high-profile acquisitions of UK firms. He spoke to The Currency about his experience in the mobile technology industry over the past 20 years, growing his company and the fallout of Covid-19.
Military intelligence: Meet the former army ranger who has just raised $17.5m to bring AI to supply chain management
Irish businessman Barry Conlon believes his Texas-based company Overhaul could revolutionise supply chain management. Investors agree and have just cut a cheque for $17.5m. He now plans to scale the business across Europe from its new European headquarters in Dundalk.
“One of the toughest journeys you can go on is to create something from nothing and bring it to the attention of the world“
With no background in sport, Dave Kearney decided to team up with US based mental health coach Jim Afremow, who worked with several Olympians, to create the Champion’s Mind App. The app is now six months old, used by 10,000 people and looking to take on the American market.