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All you need is a connection

Claire McNamara spoke to Tracy Keogh about a movement that aims to get more people working everywhere

2nd February, 2020
Employers can get access to a larger talent pool and can retain talent more easily, says Tracy Keogh of Grow Remote

Grow Remote, a community project which aims to increase employment opportunities in regional areas by connecting remote workers with companies looking to hire, has secured €500,000 in funding.

The not-for-profit, which started life as a WhatsApp group in 2018, now has more than 60 local chapters and 10,000 members. It has also expanded overseas, with projects in countries such as the US and Scotland.

The organisation has now secured €500,000 from the Regional Enterprise Development Fund, with matched funding...

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