When exactly do you stop calling yourself a start-up?

For some, like my roommate, leaving behind the term is bittersweet, writes Leanna Byrne

28th October, 2016
Time to let go? Pic: Getty

I’m going to start off my telling you a bit of personal information: I share a flat with a start-up founder (so much for a work-life balance).

On Tuesday, the usual evening chat about work was a pleasant one because my flatmate had merged another company with three locations in Dublin, Cork and Galway.

While we were sitting watching RTÉ’s 6 o’clock, keeping an eye out for the report, my flatmate started to...

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