Listen up: is this the best idea since Instagram?
Former rugby professional Shane Monahan has already raised €500k for his exciting new start-up, but he would love to have an Irish backer, writes Emmet Ryan
A crowded market made up of dominant large players, and utterly dependent on mass adoption at speed, isn’t the most attractive one for a start-up to try to break into. But that isn’t stopping Shane Monahan.
Right now, Monahan’s firm Limor is little more than a one-person operation. But he’s got a plan: to do for audio what Instagram did for photo sharing. He also has the support he needs to...
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