DUBLIN – 26th May 2016 – TempBuddy has been named the winner of the Tech Startup category at the 2016 Bank of Ireland Startup Awards.
The competition, now in its fifth year, recognises and rewards Irish startups for their success in business across 12 categories including digital, food and drink, retail and technology. The awards were formally launched by Startup Awards Judge and successful entrepreneur Gavin Duffy.
Rod Smyth, CEO of TempBuddy, said: “We are genuinely thrilled to be recognised with the highly contested and coveted Bank of Ireland’s Tech Startup of the Year Award. It’s a reflection of the hard work, true grit and determination of a small and dedicated team that makes this achievement feel very personal.”
Having already scooped several industry awards in its initial year of trading, TempBuddy seeks to reimagine the deployment and management of temporary workers by exploiting the ubiquity of mobile devices, plus other technological advances such as biometrics and geo-tagging. Their game-changing platform and worker app have already been adopted by users in over 500 cities across 3 continents, and by over 30 UK recruitment companies.