‘The mentality moved from, ‘I don’t know what’s going on’, to, ‘I might be living here for quite a while, I need to start fixing things’

Oisín Hanrahan was studying in Harvard Business School when he came up with Handy, an app-led service for repairers and installers. He’s now chief executive of Angi Homeservices which has seen its revenue go up to $1.46 billion during the pandemic

14th March, 2021
‘The mentality moved from, ‘I don’t know what’s going on’, to, ‘I might be living here for quite a while, I need to start fixing things’
Oisín Hanrahan, the ANGI ceo, in New York. Picture: Corey Sipkin

In brief:

Role: chief executive of ANGI Homeservices, founder of Handy

Lives: New York, New York

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