Emma Meehan, founder of Precision Sports Technology, was interviewed by irishtimes.com. Her start-up’s real-time analysis of fitness training removes the need for personal trainers to supervise client’s form during workouts.
Tr3dent, the Galway-based tech company, is targeting $100 million in annual revenues within five years as part of a plan which involves an unusual element: a public listing on a Canadian stock market: businesspost.ie.
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