Ian Lucey: ‘Aladdin’s genie is out of the bottle when it comes to working from home’
The software entrepreneur expects most workers not to go back to the office five days a week when the pandemic is finally over – a shift which his new software business Gipsy is well placed to capitalise on
Better known for investing and having backed 150 companies, Ian Lucey has gone from selling an idea to selling hardware, although he is still building the story around a concept.
Lucey’s new business, Gipsy, was conceived well before the current Covid-19 crisis but sales have taken off since the bulk of the nation was told to work from home. Gipsy’s product is designed to secure a wifi network at the router, an add-on that enables private...
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