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Funded Companies

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Qualcomm

An American global semiconductor and telecommunications company.

Neuromod is a medical device company formed to advance the science of bi-modal neuromodulation.

Trustev is a company founded by Chris Kennedy.

SoapBox Labs is a United Kingdom-based voice-technology and education technology company founded by Patricia Scanlon.

Profitero is an e-commerce company founded by Dmitry Vysotski.

Glofox is a company that develops and markets gym management software for boutique fitness studios.

Metabolomic Diagnostics Ltd. is developing a diagnostic assay that predicts preeclampsia in pregnancy.

SwiftQueue is a health information technology company.

Wattics is a Dublin-based developer of a business intelligence and energy management software platform.

DecaWave is a Dublin-based semiconductor company.

Keelvar is a Rio de Janeiro-based company.

Cicero Networks is a Dublin-based web development company.

Opsona Therapeutics is a Dublin-based company.

Redmere Technology is a semiconductor company.

AltraTech is a Cork-based medical diagnostics company developing viral detection kits founded in 2013 by Brian O'Farrell.

CurrencyFair is a Dublin-based company.

TreeMetrics is a Canada-based company founded by Enda Keane.

Tandem-HR is a Dublin-based web development company.

britebill is a United Kingdom-based company.

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Jonathan Ng
March 10, 2019
Boston Herald
A group of Irish government ministers will be traveling across the U.S. to promote the economic relationships between the two countries, including here in Boston as part of their St. Patrick's Day week events in the states. Sean Davis, North American head of the Enterprise Ireland (EI), the country's agency that helps bring Irish business
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