Woebot to open engineering office in Dublin

Wellness firm has raised €8.1m in funding

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
12th August, 2018
Alison Darcy, the founder of Woebot, is coming back to Dublin to set up an office Picture: Fergal Phillips

San Francisco-based wellness tech business Woebot is opening a Dublin office focused on engineering.

The business, founded by Dubliner Dr Alison Darcy, has raised $8.1 million in funding so far around an app for cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).

Darcy has been based in San Francisco for the last ten years. She originally moved there to do post-doctoral research in Stanford University for two years but ended up opting to stay due to the impact of the...

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