IDA hits back at Cloudflare founder’s anti-Ireland tweets
Matthew Prince said multinationals would not base themselves here due to ‘unwelcoming’ people and terrible food and weather
IDA Ireland has dismissed claims by one of Silicon Valley’s leading entrepreneurs that Ireland is not welcoming and that the “weather and food suck”.
Matthew Prince, the co-founder and chief executive of Cloudflare, which has data centres in Dublin and Cork, criticised Ireland in a series of tweets last month. The billionaire described the people as unwelcoming and disparaged the food and weather.
Prince was asked by a Twitter user if...
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