Ireland’s national broadcaster RTÉ interviews Justtip Co-Founders

James Fahy and Ciara Walsh, founders of Justtip, have recently given an interview on RTÉ radio — Ireland’s national broadcaster. The two co-founders discuss their inspirational journey, having started as 19-year-olds with a vision to improve the tipping industry to now achieving over a €1million in tips across 250 businesses in Ireland and the UK.

Justtip has streamlined the tipping process for numerous businesses and customers across the country and has ambitious plans to expand further.

To listen to the full interview on the Reignite podcast, visit: https://www.rte.ie/radio/podcasts/22283598-just-tip/

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Ellie is a part-time Analyst at Laeceum and is currently a third-year undergraduate in Human, Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge. 

Ellie has a keen interest in corporate development and plays a lead role in building out Laeceum’s Advisory capability and university outreach and third sector engagement efforts.

Ellie has prior experience as a Consultant at DeHavilland and attended Harvard’s Model United Nations programme.