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Chasing the big ticket deals

While Irish start-ups seem to have no trouble raising seed capital, when it comes to bringing in the big bucks they struggle

22nd April, 2015
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Eoghan McCabe of Intercom delivering its first products in recent months.

In mid-March, the Irish tech scene saw its biggest exit in recent memory, as Dublin

firm Realex sold out to a US company for €115 million. While the deal could be seen as a

watershed moment for Ireland’s nascent start-up set, the reality was a little bit

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