Thursday February 20, 2020

Skills network TalentSky to set up in Dublin

Around $1 million of the company's funding is from high net worth Irish investors

10th April, 2016
Tim Cook was delivered to Apple boss Steve Jobs by the founder of TalentSky Pic:Getty

TalentSky, the skills network start-up run by the man who introduced Tim Cook to Apple boss Steve Jobs, is planning to set up a significant base in Ireland.

Some 10 per cent of the US company’s $10 million funding is from high net worth Irish investors, founder Rick Devine told The Sunday Business Post.

Launched in February, TalentSky’s clients include IBM, Coca-Cola and eBay.

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