Dublin start-up Talivest takes global advice on board to boost growth

15th September, 2019
Jayne Ronayne of Talivest PIc: Fergal Phillips

Dublin start-up Talivest has appointed a global advisory board to drive growth on foot of a €850,000 funding round closed earlier this year.

Chief executive Jayne Ronayne established the company in 2016 with co-founder Helen Flynn. Originally trading as KonnectAgain, it started life as an online platform designed to help organisations connect with their “corporate alumni” or former staff.

“We pivoted the company through the Techstars programme in Britain and rebranded about 18 months...

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