Irish tech start-ups now ‘as cocky and confident as the kids over in Silicon Valley’
Ireland’s start-up culture is changing, according to industry veteran Patrick Mee, but more capital is needed if we’re really to compete with our California cousins
The type of jobs coming to Ireland from multinationals are changing the start-up culture, according to one of Ireland’s leading software engineers.
Patrick Mee, vice-president of engineering at advertising software firm AdRoll, told The Sunday Business Post that the roles available in the latest wave of multinational jobs will provide a spark to local start-ups.
Mee, who has 20 years experience in senior management roles across businesses in Silicon Valley, said the types...
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