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Irish company launch global jobs platform for remote working

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Sep 2017. Posted in Ireland

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An Irish tech start-up will today launch a global jobs platform for people who want to work from home. Abodoo will match people who want to work remotely with suitable job opportunities.  

The platform has been developed by Irish couple, Vanessa Tierney and Ben Wainwright, who were inspired by their own experiences of remote working.
 
Representatives from eir and the IDA, both of which are backing Abodoo, will attend today's launch in Ranelagh. At the launch, Abodoo will outline its plans for global expansion. The company will also highlight key figures on the business case for remote working.
 
Speaking this week, Abodoo Co-Founder, Vanessa Tierney said, "Remote working is growing rapidly, thanks to technological advances.  Working from home is often associated with freelancers, but more and more employers now see the value of offering their permanent staff this option. Abodoo will make that easier for them to do, and easier for people who want to work from home to find exciting career opportunities."
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie

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