Irishman’s London start-up aims to raise €3.5m
PayPal founder is among early investors
Lystable, the start-up founded by Irish entrepreneur Peter Johnston, plans to raise at least €3.5 million in new funding later this year.
Tech legend Peter Thiel, a founder of Paypal and one of the early investors in Facebook, is among those set to reinvest in the firm, which makes software that helps companies manage their freelancers.
Johnston, a 27-year-old Carrickfergus native and former Google staffer, said the company was adding up to ten new clients...
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