Good influence: Teenage YouTube talent boss gives marketing a voice

he Galway teenager left school to focus on his company, Pursue

13th March, 2016
17-year-old Conor O’Flaherty is one of just two licensed Irish YouTube talent managers Picture: Boyd Challenger

A 17-year-old who creates a 29-slide presentation to convince his parents to let him drop out of school in the middle of his Leaving Cert year is definitely not the norm, but then there is something special about Conor O’Flaherty.

The Galway teenager left school last November to focus time and energy on his company, Pursue, which helps individual brands secure advertising deals with influential YouTube stars. O’Flaherty is one of only two...

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