Tuesday October 20, 2020

From the midlands to elusive big time

Cloud-based firm Future Ticketing is currently in the process of outgrowing its Tullamore roots to go global

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

20th August, 2017
Liam Holton, chief executive of Future Ticketing Picture: Fergal Phillips

A company in Tullamore is looking to prove that an IT business can scale globally from the midlands.

Future Ticketing, founded in 2014, currently has nine staff and has built up considerable client bases in Ireland and Britain. The business is looking to grow into African, Australian, Canadian and Scandinavian markets in the coming months.

“The Offaly Enterprise Board has been very supportive, they are really progressive. As our product is cloud based and Tullamore is...

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