‘Irish people can dig themselves out of a hole when they have to’: Investor cites opportunities for start-ups in investment crunch

Despite overall investment in start-ups being down, Melissa Donohoe of Notion Capital believes there’s an scope for Irish growth in the crisis

Melissa Donohoe of Notion Capital said there’s still a lot of interest internationally in Irish start-ups. Picture: Notion

Irish start-ups have an opportunity to stand out to investors during the current economic challenges facing the tech sector, according to Melissa Donohoe, an investor at Notion Capital.

Notion - a London-headquartered venture capital (VC) firm - has previously invested in Irish companies such as Glofox and Protex AI.

Donohoe told the Business Post that interest remains strong in the Irish tech sector.

“There's a huge opportunity in Ireland and we’ve really stacked up our ...