Monday January 27, 2020

Heaslip backs tech innovation off the pitch

Ireland number 8 joins Lucey Fund board

20th September, 2015
Jamie Heaslip is to join the board of the Lucey Fund, which backs technology start-ups and hopes to help 35 of them this year. Picture: Getty

Off the pitch, Ireland number 8 Jamie Heaslip has added technology to his business interests.

Heaslip, who has mainly been involved in hospitality ventures to date, is fulfilling a long-held interest in tech by joining the board at start-up investor the Lucey Fund.

“I’m particularly excited to be on the frontline of innovation to see the different trends and ideas evolving and this new venture allows me and other sportspeople to do that and develop their...

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