‘Disrupt the chaos’ to build a better Ireland

Entrepreneurs around the country are intent on foiling the recession’s effects, and stress the importance of the right staff and attitude – and technology – to push forward towards profit, writes Gavin Daly

27th November, 2010

The boom may be long over, but Irish entrepreneurs and investors still see big opportunities for ‘‘disruptive’’ ideas - and the internet looms large in their plans.

‘‘Despite the backdrop of chaos, there is still money being made and life goes on,” said Dylan Collins, the 30-year-old entrepreneur who has founded and sold three technology companies.

He sold a majority stake in Jolt Online Gaming to GameStop last...

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