Practice makes perfect
VideoDoc, a company that provides access to GPs, is in rude health after some tried and tested treatments. Now it has plans to raise €2.5 million and add up to 50 jobs
The road to scaling wasn’t exactly short for VideoDoc. The Dublin-based firm, which is set to raise €2.5 million and add up to 50 jobs this year, took its time to find the right product and the right way to sell it.
VideoDoc, which is headquartered in Sandyford in Co Dublin, currently has 20 staff between Ireland, the US and Britain.
The idea for the business came to chief executive Mary O’Brien over a decade...
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