Ireland's small circle has start-up benefits
Even if your network in Ireland is large - relative to the tech scene in, say, Berlin - it is quite tight-knit, writes Leanna Byrne
This week’s start-up blog topic is inspired by a slightly throwaway remark that one of my founder interviewees made this week.
The remark went something like this: While everyone knows that to make money you need to export outside of Ireland, the Irish market still serves as great test market. In fact, it is probably a better test market than London or New York or any of the megacities, because these places are...
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