Tech start-up Clevernet buys wifi services firm Connect2Fi

The smart service company makes an acquisition as it continues its expansion drive

15th November, 2020
Tech start-up Clevernet buys wifi services firm Connect2Fi
Clevernet, headed by Shane Deasy, a co-founder of Bitbuzz. credit: Fergal Philips

Clevernet, a technology start-up, has acquired Connect2Fi, an Irish wifi company, for an undisclosed sum.

Clevernet, headed by Shane Deasy, a co-founder of Bitbuzz, offers a range of smart services to commercial property owners to more efficiently manage their buildings and reduce consumption.

It has acquired Connect2Fi, a small wifi provider which Deasy had previously been involved in establishing, from Mainline Group, a Cork-based utility company.

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