Life after Leinster: Heaslip and Kearney get down to business

Former rugby star turned serial investor Jamie Heaslip is heading up an initiative to put a minimum of €500,000 into a suite of early-stage enterprises

23rd September, 2018
Rob Kearney and Jamie Heaslip: business opportunities post-rugby Picture: Getty

Former rugby star turned serial investor Jamie Heaslip is heading up an initiative to put a minimum of €500,000 into a suite of early-stage enterprises.

Heaslip is part of the move by Flender, a peer-to-peer lender where he is an investor, to finance ten small and medium businesses over the next ten weeks, providing them with business expansion and job creation capital.

Flender, which recently raised €10 million from Paris fund Eiffel Investment Group, lends...

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