NearForm on the crest of a tech wave
A Waterford technology company is leading the global charge of a new computer language
NearForm, which last month generated as much revenue as it did in its first year, is aiming to hit €20 million in annual turnover this year.
“Our first year was mediocre enough. We doubled in our second year and we doubled in our third year. This year we’re tripling in size,” said Cian Ó’Maidín, chief executive and co-founder of NearForm.
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