It’s game on for fun activity-booking platform

From falconry to food trails in just a few clicks

18th August, 2019
Abdullah Ahmad and Steven Kinvi of ActaFun at the VRlink Arcade Picture: Maura Hickey

Tank-driving, falconry, escape rooms and food trails are among the most popular group activities in Ireland according to Steven Kinvi, the 24-year-old entrepreneur who runs the online activity-booking platform ActaFun.

Kinvi launched ActaFun in March 2017 on foot of his own experience organising outings and activities for classmates while studying marketing and entrepreneurship at the National College of Ireland.

“As class rep, I found it really difficult to find activities for my classmates to do together...

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