Daily deals site is number one start-up

Canadian entrepreneurs came to Ireland to take part in LaunchPad programme, writes Dick O'Brien.

11th December, 2011
Daily deals site is number one start-up
Terence Hong, Timothy Wu and Hristofor Todorov, founders of Adjuno, at the LaunchPad start-up accelerator programme. Photo: Maxwells

A trio of young Canadian entrepreneurs have been named the top company to graduate from the National Digital Research Centre's (NDRC) LaunchPad start-up accelerator programme.

Adjuno, which describes itself as a social commerce platform, aims to provide its users with access to the most relevant daily deal offers to them.

"There are so many daily deal sites out there that people no longer want to see all of them," said Terence Hong, chief executive and...

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