Ain’t no party, like a fintech party.
Dynamic, creative and ambitious
nerds starter-uppers take note.
Mark O’Toole writes:
Irish currency exchange startup CurrencyFair (of Sebastian Chabal fame) have just released this video offering advice to Irish start-ups and why tech companies should be positive about the Dublin scene.
It’s not all just about favourable tax breaks and early exit strategies you know. FIGHT!
On a lonely bench in Herbert Park [Ballsbridge, Dublin 4]
Brand Ireland writes:
This is the ‘supersonic’ Irish artisan food 20 quid buys you at the Web Summit, disappointing.
Roisin Kiberd writes:
This is a 101 guide for investors, entrepreneurs and anyone intrigued or confused by the Irish startup industry. It was commissioned by Frontline Ventures, which is a new early-stage Irish VC [Venture Capital] firm. Rather than create the usual infographic, ebook or blog post, they wanted to do something different…
Illustrations by Fuchsia Macaree.
Great art from the Bizarro Comics archive. Click to enlarge.
Back to Basics: a collection of meticulously hand-cut and assembled paper sculptures by Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann of Zim and Zou design studio in Nancy, France. Nearly a year in the making (and apparently still in progress).