The Irish Independent included Overcast as one of “20 Firms To Watch” last week ahead of the Dublin Tech Summit.
Enter Overcast, an ambitious startup that wants to be the Google Docs for video.
Founder Philippe Brodeur says that when videos are uploaded to Overcast’s cloud system, the file is formatted to play on any device.
Video collaboration platform Overcast is to hire 70 people over the next three years after raising €500,000 in its latest funding round.
Overcast, the video collaboration platform headed by Philippe Brodeur, plans to hire 70 people over the next three years after raising €500,000 in its latest funding round, it was announced today.
AN IRISH STARTUP that provides a ‘Google Docs for videos’ has raised €500,000 from investors, and it plans to use the funding to hire dozens of staff.
Irish B2B video sharing platform Overcast has announced that following a €500,000 investment, it is to create 70 jobs in its Dublin office over the next three years.
Dublin-based startup Overcast has announced it will hire 70 new staff in a major expansion.
The company announced the jobs following a successful funding round in which it received €500,000.
Video collaboration platform Overcast said it will add 70 jobs in the next three years after it raised €500,000.
The Irish start-up, which launched its services last year, also plans to expand into new markets with its product.
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The Irish Daily Mail reports that the company it gave the moniker “Google Docs For Video” will hire 70 staff on the back of its latest funding round.
“Google Docs For Video” – that’s how the Irish Sun referred to Overcast’s cloud video collaboration platform.
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