Lost-and-found service moves online

Frank Hannigan’s lost-and-found company recently secured a €15 million deal for the recovery of valuable portable assets in Britain and is going global by opening an office in San Francisco next month.

16th December, 2006

Frank Hannigan’s lost-and-found company recently secured a €15 million deal for the recovery of valuable portable assets in Britain and is going global by opening an office in San Francisco next month.

Yougetitback.com piloted in Ireland five months ago and has already secured deals with companies in the Benelux countries, Portugal and Brazil.

The company is also targeting deals in the Middle East and the United States.

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