Tuesday March 31, 2020

Bono joins dream team for tech start-up

1st March, 2015
Bono

Bono has emerged as the anchor of a dream team of Irish investors in a red-hot Dublin start-up.

Bizimply, an employee scheduling and time tracking software firm, has also managed to secure backing from two of Ireland’s biggest tech entrepreneurs and one of its most successful food investors. Ray Nolan, who sold Web Reservations International for over €200 million in 2009, and Jerry Kennelly, who sold his online stock photography business for €110 million in...

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