Grandpal banks funding from $250m Uber investor

Irish start-up gets a funding boost from series of high-profile investors as it develops marketplace for services used by elderly

21st February, 2021
Grandpal banks funding from $250m Uber investor
Brian Daly, Grandpal founder: tweaking service

Grandpal, an Irish start-up, has banked funding from high-profile angel investors, including David Cohen, one of the first investors in Uber, and a host of top Irish entrepreneurs.

The Irish firm was founded by Brian Daly, who previously worked for Web Summit and Techstars, the start-up accelerator programme.

Grandpal started as a company that created tools to tackle loneliness in the elderly population. Last year, the business refocused to develop a marketplace for services used...

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