Making It Work: Snapfix looks at the global picture with a focus on sales
The Dublin start-up has raised €1.5 million funding and will hire 15 new staff to sell its photo-led task management tool on every continent
“Sales, sales and more sales.” That’s the plan for the months ahead for Paul McCarthy, the founder of Snapfix, the Dublin start-up that has just closed a €1.5 million funding round.
He hopes the task management tool he has developed for smartphones will be used by people “on every continent in the world” by this time next year.
Snapfix has about 100 customers so far in Ireland, Britain, Europe...
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