Wednesday September 23, 2020

Pulling out all the stops

CitySwift is a Galway-based transport software business that’s keeping everything running across Europe

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
6th September, 2020
Brian O’Rourke and Alan Farrelly, co-founders of Cityswift

Originally school friends from Ballymahon in Co Longford, Alan Farrelly and Brian O’Rourke moved to Galway to start CitySwift in 2016.

They were attracted to the city by Tracy Keogh, innovation community manager at Bank of Ireland, who convinced them to move into the bank’s innovation hub before CitySwift found its own office space.

“I had a background in tech and data, I’d worked a few years as an analyst. Alan came...

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