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Poetry in motion: How Overcast plans to revolutionise online video creation

A chat with Overcast chief executive Philippe Brodeur as the company raises its series A fundraising target to €5 million

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
11th June, 2017
Philippe Brodeur, chief executive of Overcast: ‘I want to be a scalpel, not a Swiss army knife’ Picture: Fergal Phillips

Cited as one of 40 start-ups which Google believes can change the world, Dublin-based Overcast has raised its target for its Series A funding round to up to €5 million.

The enterprise video management platform has raised €600,000 to date and had initially set a target of €1 million for its A round.

“We’re doing an A round - it will be between €1 million and €5 million. It’s a big variance. That’s based on the...

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