100 Hot Start-Ups (A-D)

We profile the most exciting new companies in Ireland in what has been a very challenging year

15th November, 2020
100 Hot Start-Ups (A-D)
Professor Oran Rigby, co-founder of Akkure4Covid

In a year when good news has been thin on the ground, there are finally some reasons to feel, if not exactly cheerful, then at least a little optimistic.

None of us could have imagined how things would change between the publication of this guide in 2019 and today, but news of great strides forward in the development of a Covid-19 vaccine gives us hope that by 2021, we may be moving back towards business as usual.


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