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Alumni software start-up to Konnect with British

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

7th June, 2015
Jayne Ronayne, founder of KonnectAgain, which is poised to begin its second round of funding as it targets the British market

Irish alumni software start-up KonnectAgain has started expanding into the British market as it begins its second round of funding.

KonnectAgain, which develops software to help universities and large corporations communicate with alumni networks, raised €600,000 in its first round of funding which concluded in early spring.

The company has seven employees and is based in Dublin and Cork. Its software is designed to aid universities in building links with alumni networks, with an eye...

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