Investment in Eppione to hit €1.25m with Enterprise Ireland boost
Dublin tech firm is to receive €300,000 from the state body
Total investment in Eppione, a Dublin tech firm, is to reach €1.25 million thanks to fresh funding of €300,000 from Enterprise Ireland.
The company has developed an integrated HR and employee benefits platform for companies in all sectors.
“It's multi-currency and works in different date formats, so it’s basically cross-border,” said David Kindlon, Eppione’s co-founder and chief executive.
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