Going with the FreeFlow

Having worked as an accountant in a business with $30 million of inventory at risk of becoming obsolete each month, Alan Scroope felt a solution that would allow companies to promote this stock to existing customers - or help them to liquidate this s

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
21st October, 2006

He resigned from his job and set up FreeFlow in 2001. Scroope started the business in the upstairs bedroom of his mother-in-law’s house, but has since opened a sales office in Silicon Valley and is scheduled to open an office in Hong Kong this year. He is also building new 20,000-square foot headquarters in Tralee.

Scroope already counts some of the world’s biggest multinationals as clients and expects turnover to almost double this year....

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