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FoodCloud reaches Voom final

3rd July, 2016
Iseult Ward (left) & Aoibheann OBrien Co-founder of FoodCloud

Dublin-based start-up FoodCloud is celebrating reaching the final of the Virgin Media Business Voom pitch competition. The contest, which was open to businesses from Britain and Ireland, saw Foodcloud beat off competition from 3,000 entries to become one of six finalists across two categories.

“Congratulations to FoodCloud for making it through to the final of the Virgin Media Business Voom competition. They’ve shown they’ve got determination and innovative flair,” said Richard Branson, founder of Virgin....

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