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HomeSecure aims to add 6,000 clients next year

The Dublin-based home-monitoring business, which was set up in 2014, already has more than 15,000 users and it’s not going to stop there

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd November, 2019
Colm Daly, chief executive of HomeSecure: plans for expansion in 2020 Pic: Fergal Phillips

The home- monitoring business Home Secure plans to increase its total number of customers next year and create more than 20 jobs by 2023.

The Dublin-based business provides 24-hour protection for the family home, including security and medical monitoring - for example, if an infirm or elderly person falls, the system will detect this and alert the emergency services.

Its system records and reacts to what is going on in the home, and has more than 15,000...

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