Irish Startups Hit Startup Alley At TechCrunch Disrupt [TCTV]

Ireland has a long history in technology and in recent years it’s become clear that the country is able to push above its weight in the world of startups. We ran through some of the companies exhibiting in Startup Alley – with the Irish Development Agency – to see what’s cooking lately.

“Tapastreet provides real-time location-based photo and video discovery. Through a mobile application, a user searches by location or subject and publicly-accessible results from a wide range of social networks are displayed as images or playable videos on a map. Photos and videos can then be shared across a range of other Social Networks. Tapastreet is available now for free on Android, iPhone and iPad.”

“Voxpro is a multilingual Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) provider delivering customer contact solutions on behalf of 300 companies and organisations, ranging from local enterprises to multinational corporations, including leading international blue chip companies.”

Viddyad is the world’s first fully automated cloud based video ad creation tool for business, with up to 10 million videos and images to choose from. Now, with viddyad, any business globally can create their own ad online in minutes using the viddyad creation tool. It’s free to sign up and use. Only pay for downloading and using the video ad on ad campaigns with Google Adwords, Linkedin, Facebook etc. Video advertising is the fastest growing online medium and continues to soar as Google have just announced video advertising with Google Adwords, as well as Facebook, LinkedIn and many other online advertising platforms.”