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Learning curve for a Limerick firm

The founders of JumpAGrade want to prove that getting up to speed with school subjects needn’t be a painful grind

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
26th August, 2018
Pádraic Hogan and David Neville of JumpAGrade set up an online business to rival the traditional provision of grinds in Ireland Picture: Alan Place

A Limerick-based business is looking to bring grinds into the 21st century as the school year gets set to kick off once more.

Grown from a start-up weekend competition in University of Limerick, JumpAGrade has ambitious goals for the school year ahead.

The business started out this time last year with the goal of gaining some traction in the Limerick area, but quickly found it was getting customers from across the island. Now it’s betting...

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