Wednesday February 26, 2020

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Pharmapod's software is designed to bridge a knowledge gap, but founder Leonora O'Brien has another target: the gender gap

26th October, 2014

It’s been 20 months since Leonora O’Brien set up Pharmapod, a cloud-based software company which aims to bring pharmacies into the digital age.

Since then, she has won a series of accolades, including the Women in Technology Award 2014 from Women Mean Business, mentored other health start-ups, secured two national tenders from the Irish Institute of Pharmacy (IIOP) and she is showing no sign of slowing down.

A qualified pharmacist who worked in...

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