Software company to raise bar with its hire hopes

KonnectAgain develops human resources software based around corporate networks. Now it’s developing connections with HR leaders with a world tour as part of its growth plans

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
9th July, 2017
Jayne Ronayne, chief executive and founder of KonnectAgain

Irish software business KonnectAgain plans to create 17 jobs over the next 18 months as part of its growth plans. The business, which develops human resources (HR) software based around corporate alumni networks, is based in Dublin and New York.

Founded in 2014, the business has raised €1.1 million to date from investors including Liam Casey, Charlie Songhurst and Luxor Capital. The firm is currently in the process of another funding round, with investors including German-American billionaire...

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