One year on, where are Ireland's most exciting startups?

A year ago, we interviewed the people behind some of the most exciting start-ups in the country. Now, 12 months on, we return to find out how they’re faring

25th January, 2015
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Tony O'Shea, owner of Ambrí Boards, Tralee, Co Kerry Picture: Valerie O'Sullivan

Just over 12 months ago, I travelled across Ireland to find the country’s newest and most exciting start-ups for a four-week series in The Sunday Business Post. Some of the SMES were just up and running, others had secured contracts and all were receiving assistance from Enterprise Ireland.

A doll-making firm in Donegal was making international headlines with clever, ethical designs and product ranges, a former construction worker in Tralee had turned his hand...

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