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Building their own devices

Founded in 2016, internet of things (IoT) business Wia has become one of Ireland’s brighter start-up success stories

By Emmet Ryan

Technology Editor

@emmetjryan
1st September, 2019

Conall Laverty, founder and chief executive, Wia

Founded in 2016, internet of things (IoT) business Wia has become one of Ireland’s brighter start-up success stories. Based in Dogpatch Labs in Dublin, it has ten staff and plans to hire another three shortly.

“We run an end-to-end innovation platform for companies providing internet of things services,” Conall Laverty, founder and chief executive of Wia, told Connected.

“A company might come to us with a back-of-the-napkin idea. We take them through...

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