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Marino founder draws on hard lessons of dotcom crash Developer focuses on solutions to customer’s problems

6th January, 2019
Keith Davey, founder and managing director, Marino Picture: Maura Hickey

Keith Davey, the founder and managing director of Dublin company Marino Software, knows more than most about the challenges of trying to make it in the fast-changing tech sector.

Davey was one of the five founders of Zartis, the Dublin-based web development start-up acquired for $18 million in 2000 by US company Breakaway Solutions.

“We didn’t really get the money, because the new parent company went down in the dotcom crash, but it meant at least that...

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