Monday July 13, 2020

Bridging the gap in the app market

Irish start-ups are filling business needs with new apps

6th September, 2015
Louise Dunne, co-founder of Pucker

The phrase “there’s an app for that” appeared in a 2009 Apple commercial and has been overused ever since. While there are thousands of apps available in the different app stores, not everything is covered – as Louise Dunne, co-founder of Pucker, found out.

“I had been working in MAC Cosmetics and running my own freelance makeup business for ten years. I’d often expressed frustration at how difficult it was to find...

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