Irish start-ups are investing with the angels

There ’s an orchestra of angels playing at the heart of Irish business – and such investors offer myriad benefits for start-ups, not merely financial input

9th April, 2017
Irish start-ups are investing with the angels

Like many start-up founders before him, Gerry Molloy finds himself at a critical juncture: he either finds an investor, expands, or stands still.

“I’m trying to figure out where the funding might come from. Does it come from an investment syndicate? Does it come from mentor’s contacts?” he said.

Molloy, who founded the pet travel start-up WoofAdvisor, needs an angel. Established in 2013, WoofAdvisor has gained traction in Ireland...

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