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Cleverbug sees success on the cards in Vodafone app deal

13th September, 2015
Marcel de Groot, consumer director at Vodafone, and Karen Walsh, head of Vodafone’s consumer products, with Kealan Lennon, founder and chief executive of Cleverbug: Vodafone and Cleverbug have announced a strategic partnership. Picture: Patrick Bolger

The Dublin-based software firm Cleverbug has landed a global strategic partnership with Vodafone. Cleverbug is the owner of the greeting card app CleverCards, which allows users to select auto-created and customised personalised greeting cards made using social media photos. CleverCards then either sends cards virtually or prints and delivers them anywhere in the world for €3.45.

The partnership with Vodafone will see the creation of CleverCards Complete, a subscription service which users will sign up...

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