Being speedy to adapt can deliver big for start-ups

Having attracted major global brands following its move into monitoring video on social media, LogoGrab now has big plans to branch out

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th August, 2016
Alessandro Prest and Luca Boschin of LogoGrab Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin-based recognition technology business LogoGrab expects to treble its staff over the next year, on the back of adapting its technology to work with video as well as still images.

The firm’s software, which is used by clients to monitor the presence of logos and branding, is used by Coca-Cola, Adidas, Nestlé and several other major global brands.

The firm’s founders, Luca Boschin and Alessandro Prest, started the company in 2012 in...

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