Thursday July 9, 2020

Nolan links up with Cork web firm

14th June, 2015
Ray Nolan

HostelWorld founder Ray Nolan has formed a joint venture with Murrion Software, a Cork-based company that plans, develops and maintains its own or third-party web applications for new and established businesses.

Murrion Software was founded by Gordon Murray, who is also chief technology officer at WhatSalon, an app that connects customers with beauticians and hairdressers in real-time.

HostelWorld was one of Ireland’s biggest dotcom success stories, returning €500 million on an initial investment of €150,000....

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