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Startup Special: 'These risk-takers are not living in the clouds'

It is so refreshing to spend time with Ireland's start-ups, writes Colette Sexton

15th March, 2016
Start-up firms particularly disappointed with CGT measure in Budget

The world of journalism can be cynical. When your job is to question everything you’re told, scepticism accompanies you everywhere you go.

This is why it is so refreshing to spend time with start-ups. They are bursting with energy and positivity. Maybe it is all the free soft drinks and chocolate they get in the office. Whatever the reason, it is infectious.

While my mind tells me that nine out of ten of...

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