Run Angel hopes to get its wings with €1m funding drive

17th September, 2017
David Caren of the Cork-based wearable technology start-up Run Angel Picture: Clare Keogh

Run Angel, the Cork-based wearable technology start-up, is planning to raise €1 million early next year.

The company, which is backed by former U2 manager Paul McGuinness and Trevor Bowen, last month secured an online listing with US electronics retail giant Best Buy.

Founded in 2013, Run Angel produces a small personal safety wrist band that emits a 120dB alarm when activated and pairs with smartphone devices over Bluetooth to send out emergency alerts by...

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