Dublin start-up moves to North for funding

1st December, 2014
Dublin start-up moves to North for funding

A Dublin start-up has relocated its headquarters to Newry, Co Down, to avail of a €340,000 funding boost involving a London-based venture capital house.

Shotclip has secured £150,000 (€190,000) from London-based VC Jenson Solutions and £200,000 (€250,000) from E-Synergy, a seed fund manager in the North.

“We struggled to get investment here, so we had to go to the UK,” said Shotclip’s founder and managing director Conor McNally.

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