Serial entrepreneur strikes gold again Top techie selling another business
Cork-based Canadian entrepreneur has already sold at least two software businesses
Serial entrepreneur David Coallier is close to selling yet another business for a multimillion sum while still under 30.
The Cork-based Canadian entrepreneur has already sold at least two software businesses he founded as well as exiting other start-ups that he invested in.
Coallier, 29, had been working on a $10 million fundraising round for his new business called Barricade.io after raising an initial seed round of $1.2 million in just six weeks.
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