Firm favourites: the business names to watch in 2021
We pick the entrepreneurs and investors most likely to make a mark on Irish business landscape in the coming year
From paytech to property to pharma and flying machines, our people to watch for 2021 have some interesting pursuits in train, and more in the pipeline. One – surprisingly in the current climate – is even looking at hospitality ventures.
Here, we take a look at some of the names we expect to hear more of this year.
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