A digital surge by the Shannon

Limerick’s tech scene has been Ireland’s best-kept secret for years, but now the city is ready to step into the spotlight. Emmet Ryan meets the people making waves

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
3rd November, 2019
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Gráinne Barry of Stats Perform: ‘We’re in Limerick because of the talent’ All pictures: Keith Wiseman

Gráinne Barry came to Limerick after she finished in Queen’s University Belfast for a very simple reason: it was where the native of Newry in Co Down managed to get her first job. All the jobs she got after that were in the same city, and she now heads the operation of one of the more recent multinationals to set up there.

Stats Perform, formerly known as Stats Inc, is the...

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