Category: Abodoo News

Generation Rent vs Emerging Firms in Dublin’s Fair City: Our Solution

9th August 2018 Off

Dublin’s Generation Rent continues to suffer as a result of an abundance of emerging infrastucture. According to recent reports, we now have more office buildings than we do homes in our capital city. We are beginning to find ourselves with a generation of young adults who, because of high house prices, live in rented accommodation…

By Chloe Sullivan

Happy International Coworking Day From Abodoo

9th August 2018 Off

Yes it’s a real thing! International Coworking Day (#InternationalCoworkingDay for all you # tag lovers) originated in the United States and this year Abodoo are bringing it to Europe (well Ireland and the UK first)! On this day across the world, coworking operators will celebrate the benefits of coworking for employees, companies, startups, freelancers and contractors.…

By Chloe Sullivan

PRESS: Irish startup Abodoo scores additional 100k funding as careers platform expands

13th July 2018 Off

Huge thank you to the Independent.ie for covering our exciting announcement of further funding and investment and our joining the Enterprise Ireland HPSU Programme.. We’re so delighted! #GlobalAmbition. — A Wexford-based tech firm has been granted €100,000 in funding following its recent expansion into the UK market. Irish careers platform Abodoo, which promotes remote working, has…

By Louise O'Conor

PRESS: Remote-working careers platform Abodoo launches in the UK with €300,000 investment

5th July 2018 Off

Article in  Business and Finance on our launch into the UK and recent angel investment. UK Launch: Abodoo, a technology company that intuitively matches remote workers with employers offering smart, remote and flexible career opportunities, has launched its service in the UK in its first investment outside Ireland. Created by Wexford couple, Vanessa Tierney and Ben Wainwright,…

By Louise O'Conor

PRESS: Home, hub or hybrid? – SmartWorking

4th June 2018 Off

Former Dragon’s Den star Bobby Kerr on why SmartWorking will define the future workplace Former Dragon’s Den star Bobby Kerr believes that the workplace of the future will be up to the employee to decide. The leading businessman said, although social interaction with colleagues is important, employers need to allow their staff more flexibility. “While…

By Louise O'Conor