iKydz in €7m deal with British retailer

Company makes a product that allows parents to track their children’s online activity

19th February, 2017

The Dublin start-up iKydz which makes a product that allows parents to track their children’s online activity, has signed a €7 million deal which will see its offering sold in 150 chains of the Staples office supply store across Britain.

The device, which allows parents to manage their children’s home internet access from any location via a smartphone app, was launched by John Molloy and Jason Sheehy last April following two years of development....

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