A thing of beauty
After a four-year wait, Louise Dunne is ready to take her online make-up platform Glissed to the next level
Glissed, Dublin-based beauty tech business plans to add six jobs as part of a €300,000 investment before the end of the year.
The company, which is based in the National Digital Research Centre, is also looking to raise seed funding of €500,000 to aid its growth into the British and American markets.
The business, which was set up in late 2014, has been wholly bootstrapped up to now. Glissed provides a platform for freelance make-up...
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