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.