Cork firm’s €5m masterplan to corner market on smart home technology
Smartzone’s joined-up thinking on domestic heating and security systems could secure it an extra million customers in Ireland alone
Never argue with a confident man. Justin Mc Inerney wants to get his products in every home in Ireland and his business took a big step towards that goal last week.
His security technology business, Smartzone, is creating 90 new jobs over the next 12 months as part of an investment worth between €4 million and €5 million.
The Cork-based firm, which also has a Dublin office, was set up in 2013 and currently has 20 staff....
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