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Jess Kelly meets some of the creative Irish businesses using mobile solutions to make lives easier

3rd July, 2016
Gavan Walsh of iCabbi Pic: Richie Stokes

Some of Ireland’s most innovative mobile-focused firms have made the shortlist for this year’s Ernst & Young entrepreneur of the year awards.

One of the businesses featured on the shortlist is Irish software firm iCabbi. It is looking to bring traditional taxi firms into the realm of Uber and Hailo. The idea of the business has evolved over time, as founder and chief executive, Gavan Walsh, explained.

“The idea came to...

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