At Irish Tech News we are celebrating another important milestone, our podcast which we launched at the End of March is the number one Irish Tech podcast in the iTunes Tech Podcast Charts. Thirty podcasts later we are number two in the charts and aiming to overtake TED Radio hour to become the number one tech podcast.
Here are some of our best podcasts that have helped us become the number one irish Tech podcast.
Our very first podcast with Chad Hollingsworth the co-founder and president of Triaxtec managed to get to number three in the charts. Chad talks about how his company uses smart technology to detect and help prevent serious head injuries.
Eimear Noone the Irish Queen of Video Games Music spoke to Ronan just before the Second Dublin International Games Music Festival, which she runs with her husband Craig Stuart Garfinkel. Eimear spoke about her work with Blizzard on their World of Warcraft and Diablo games, working with Nintendo on the 25th anniversary of Zelda amongst other things.
Eleanor McEvoy the entrepreneur, who is one of the Dragons on RTE’s Dragons Den spoke to Ronan at the recent Digital DNA conference in Belfast about Dragons Den, Sproose who she invested in when they appeared on Dragons Den.
Conor Wilson and Pat McKenna, two of the co-founders of Sproose which is a laundry app, recently won backing from Eleanor McEvoy on RTE’s Dragons Den. Conor and Pat talk about how Sproose came about, their future plans, Dragons Den, and gave tips on pitching to investors
One of the biggest stories of the past few months has been the Panama Papers and Ronan interviewed Eddie Sheehy the CEO of Nuix, the company whose technology was used in the Panama Papers investigations. Eddie spoke to Ronan about the Panama Papers and how Nuix got involved.
Mary McKenna Irish tech entrepreneur and angel investor, and panelist on the first Irish FinTech top 20 list appeared on the Irish Tech News podcast earlier this month. Mary talks about her background and what she looks for in a startup before she invests her time and money. Mary also mentions why the founder at times is the company and the benefits of bootstrapping
Duncan Lennox the CEO and co-founder of Qstream appeared on our latest podcast which is currently number two in the charts. Duncan talks about his background, how Qstream founded at Harvard, what Qstream does, and why Qstream will move from sales into other areas.
Thanks for getting us to number two in the charts, if you haven’t already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes please do by clicking here, and if you would like to appear on our podcasts please drop us a line.