Irish start-up filters the online wheat from the chaff

It's been estimated that, to read every tweet published on Twitter on a daily basis, you'd have to scroll at about 521 kilometres per hour.

15th June, 2014
Neil Burns, founder of, which analyses online onversations. Picture: Feargal Ward

**What it does:** online conversation-analysis software for brands

**Why it works:** ''There's huge amounts of information being created online, and we feel this is just the tip of the iceberg, especially given that there is due to be about two billion smartphones actively used by 2015. - **Neil Burns,** founder of

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