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Welcome boost for Irish FinTech firms

22nd April, 2015
Karen O’Brien, CityBCon; Alastair Blair, country managing director, Accenture Ireland; and Gearoid Power, Anutar Shane O’Neill

l Six Irish FinTech firms pitched at events in Dublin and London last month as part of the Accenture FinTech Innovation Lab.

The businesses pitched in front of a 300-strong audience including leading private equity, venture funds, institutional investors, angel investors and venture capitalists. Dublin is the fourth city in the world in which Accenture has run the programme, and to date participants have secured over $86 million in investment funding, globally.

The two pitch days...

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