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Jordan Hewson launches $2 million app

Tech start-up to promote social activism

16th October, 2016
Jordan Hewson has launched a new technology company called Speakable Picture: Rex

Jordan Hewson, the daughter of U2 lead singer Bono, has launched a new technology company called Speakable that aims to promote social activism. The 27-year-old’s new Williamsburg company closed a $2 million round of funding in May, according to a filing in the US. Funding came from two unnamed private investors.

Hewson has assembled a high-profile team of advisers, including Arianna Huffington, who sold the Huffington Post for $315 million in 2011; Joe Cerrell,...

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