Tag: Ireland

Pioneer Interview With Orla McCallion and Sean Judge of UniTuition

Orla McCallion and Sean Judge are the Co-founders and Managing Partners of UniTuition, an Irish-based leading online platform for connecting third level students with pre-screened specialist tutors. The easiest way to explain UniTuition is… UniTuition partners with 3rd level institutions to provide a centralised online marketplace for connecting students with screened peer tutors. Our tutors are…  Read more

Collaborative Pioneer Interview With Gaston Irigoyen from Guidecentral

Guidecentral is a global community platform that brings together makers and DIY enthusiasts. Its multicultural founder & CEO, Gaston Irigoyen, tells us how Guidecentral is helping people monestise their crafting passions and how the content is becoming multilingual with the help of crowdsourced translations from local community makers. Describe yourself and what fueled you to…  Read more

Collaborative Pioneer: An Inside Interview with GoCar Ireland’s Colm Brady

Colm Brady, Managing Director, has helped grow GoCar Ireland to a 75 vehicle, 3,000 member operation over the past two years. He tells us how providing great customer experiences and word-of-mouth referrals have powered this growth.  The easiest way to explain GoCar is … GoCar is an on-demand, pay-by-the-hour vehicle rental service that offers a…  Read more

Pioneer Interview: Iseult Ward from FoodCloud

FoodCloud.ie is a community-based social enterprise start-up in Dublin, Ireland, that brings food businesses and charities together, matching those with too much food with those who have too little. Since 2013, FoodCloud has been able to shift an equivalent of 325,000 meals (148 tonnes) of destined food waste to community charities. Co-founder Iseult Ward (left…  Read more

Kickstarter To Open Irish Website

The massive crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, is to open an Irish website soon according to the Irish Independent. The site, set to bring creative projects to life through individual small scale donations, will be welcomed by a growing number of Irish entrepreneurs. So far they’ve had to go through US or UK sites.  Relatively unknown in Ireland, Kickstarter will go up…  Read more