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EdTech moves to the top of the class

EdTech flies under the radar in the technology industry. But with a global market worth $250 billion and a hiring boom in Ireland, that is set to change

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
22nd August, 2015
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Johnny Parker and Alan Maguire, founding partners of the Versari hub Picture: Maura Hickey

The Irish educational technology sector is in the middle of a hiring boom, according to Martyn Farrows, director of the Learnovate Centre at Trinity College Dublin.

Farrows told The Sunday Business Post that he expects to see significant growth in the EdTech space in Ireland over the next five years.

“In the last few years we have seen huge growth in the EdTech sector globally; the market is worth around $250 billion. Nationally, we have...

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