Data extraction start-up to double revenues to €10m
Scrapinghub employs 130 engineers in 30 different countries
Scrapinghub, the Irish data extraction start-up, expects to double its revenues this year to €10 million.
Co-founded in 2010 by joint chief executives Shane Evans and Pablo Hoffman, Scrapinghub employs 130 engineers in 30 different countries.
Evans, a former head of engineering for Lastminute.com, told The Sunday Business Post: “The amount of staff we need will keep growing but not as quickly. This time next year we will expect to have around 200 people.”
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