Tuesday July 7, 2020

Getting out there

While Cork’s development is promising, it’s critical that businesses think of the big picture

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

6th September, 2015

KonnectAgain is one of the most promising start-ups to come out of Ireland in recent years. Founded by Cork woman Jayne Ronayne last year, the business has developed globally at a rapid pace. Ronayne, however, said the initial success of her business had required her to leave Cork behind.

“We now have customers in Ireland, the US, Britain and Denmark. We’re breaking into Australia as well now. Operating in your target is important....

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