Alan Devlin - Chief Executive Officer Technology investor and co-founder of eDot. Former founder and director of Webfactory, Ireland’s largest digital agency. Building global tech assets for 21 years. Alan is a renowned Irish entrepreneur, with powerful networks in Ireland and globally. He is a thought leader and a sought-after speaker.. Alan has been at the core of the digital industry since he began his career in 1996

Alan Devlin - Chief Executive Officer

Technology investor and co-founder of eDot. Former founder and director of Webfactory, Ireland’s largest digital agency. Building global tech assets for 21 years. Alan is a renowned Irish entrepreneur, with powerful networks in Ireland and globally. He is a thought leader and a sought-after speaker.. Alan has been at the core of the digital industry since he began his career in 1996

Kieran Sweeney - Chief Operations Officer Co-founder of eDot. Former Programme Developer for Version 1, the largest indigenous IT Consultancy firm in Ireland, with over 750 people in the UK + Ireland. Kieran, joined Version 1 in 2006 (when it had less than 100 employees), and was instrumental in its growth to its current status. Kieran is relentless in his pursuit of technological and digital innovations that will disrupt and transform the world.

Kieran Sweeney - Chief Operations Officer

Co-founder of eDot. Former Programme Developer for Version 1, the largest indigenous IT Consultancy firm in Ireland, with over 750 people in the UK + Ireland. Kieran, joined Version 1 in 2006 (when it had less than 100 employees), and was instrumental in its growth to its current status. Kieran is relentless in his pursuit of technological and digital innovations that will disrupt and transform the world.

Robert Mbom - Chief Commercial Officer Investment banker and senior advisor to many government and business leaders on key national issues such as security, economic development, stability and strategic planning. Advised on the design and creation of a sovereign wealth fund to catalyse the development of a national technology sector. Robert has a powerful network of senior international contacts.

Robert Mbom - Chief Commercial Officer

Investment banker and senior advisor to many government and business leaders on key national issues such as security, economic development, stability and strategic planning. Advised on the design and creation of a sovereign wealth fund to catalyse the development of a national technology sector. Robert has a powerful network of senior international contacts.

 
John O'Donovan - Chief Technology Officer Former CTO of Products and Platforms across the Dow Jones, Wall Street Journal, Market Watch, Barrons and Financial News Brand. He also was CTO of the Financial Times. John was instrumental in building ground breaking products such as BBC iPlayer.

John O'Donovan - Chief Technology Officer

Former CTO of Products and Platforms across the Dow Jones, Wall Street Journal, Market Watch, Barrons and Financial News Brand. He also was CTO of the Financial Times. John was instrumental in building ground breaking products such as BBC iPlayer.

Fiona Walsh - Governance Advisor Fiona assists in all maters relating to governance and boards. She is also experienced in leading and enhancing operations, both business as usual and strategic growth. 

Fiona Walsh - Governance Advisor

Fiona assists in all maters relating to governance and boards. She is also experienced in leading and enhancing operations, both business as usual and strategic growth. 

Nicholas Manning - Business Analyst Nicholas is our business analyst at eDot aswell as manager of eDot Connect, our start-up incubation hub. Prior to joining eDot, Nicholas began his career working for global telecom company Digicel in the Cayman Islands before moving to their sister company, Trend Media, in Jamaica.

Nicholas Manning - Business Analyst

Nicholas is our business analyst at eDot aswell as manager of eDot Connect, our start-up incubation hub. Prior to joining eDot, Nicholas began his career working for global telecom company Digicel in the Cayman Islands before moving to their sister company, Trend Media, in Jamaica.