MoneyNeverSleeps

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Summary

In a special replay episode from Season 1 that we just couldn't resist bringing back with everyone around the world working from home of late, we talk to Vanessa Tierney, co-founder and CEO of Abodoo, the fastest growing SaaS platform for people and companies embracing 'Smart Working'.

Show Notes

This episode of Money Never Sleeps is kindly sponsored by Possible.ie, an Executive and Personal Coaching practice who partner with their clients to realize their full potential. The team at Possible.ie work with entrepreneurs, emerging talent and senior leadership in a collaborative way to improve business performance, retain and develop key staff and improve leadership effectiveness.   Check them out online on Possible.ie, and tell ‘em we sent you!

What we’re all going through right now would make you think that remote working is the new normal, but Aboodo’s mission is to convert this into ‘smart working’ - i.e., whatever combination of remote, in-office, flexible hours and co-working is the most effective for people and the businesses they work for.  It's not likely that we’ll ever be going back to the old way, but trading desk time with your spouse while the kids bounce around the house isn’t normal or certainly all that effective either.  What we expect is that Vanessa and Abodoo will be the bridge from the old way to the true new normal that emerges after this “world on fire” period we’re in subsides.  Abodoo’s tagline of “Life is a journey, not a commute,” has never been more relevant, and check out their most recent video here

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What is MoneyNeverSleeps?

A weekly podcast that gets inside the mind of the entrepreneur and at what makes them do what they do, and explores the startup ecosystems in Ireland, UK, Europe and beyond.