‘Don’t stay sitting in an office with the door closed’
Pat Lucey traces his career to date and explores the lessons he has learned along the way
Pat Lucey is chief executive and co-founder of enterprise IT project company Aspira. Established in 2007, Aspira employs 46 people in Cork, Dublin and Limerick. The company recently announced plans to create 50 jobs in project management, business analysis and software development, having acquired IT services company B-Tec Solutions.
Tell us about your career to date.
I completed a Master’s in electronic engineering at the University of Limerick in the early 1990s and initially worked with Siemens Telecoms...
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