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Digital pioneer’s app to help US government

Oisin Hanrahan is co-founder of household services app Handy

3rd April, 2016
Oisin Hanrahan, co-founder of household app Handy, is looking forward to sharing his expertise on the digital economy with US officialsPicture: Feargal Ward

Irish entrepreneur Oisin Hanrahan will form part of a new high-powered board of private sector advisers to the US government on the digital economy.

The board is expected to provide recommendations to the US Secretary of Commerce on ways to advance economic growth and opportunities in the digital economy. Also in the advisors’ group are William Ruh, chief executive of General Electric Digital, Susan Wojcicki, the chief of YouTube, and John Zimmer, co-founder and president...

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