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PulseLearning (Founded in Child's Bedroom in an Irish Suburban Semi Eight Years Ago and Initially Run on a Second-Hand Computer) Today Named Fastest Growing IT Company in Ireland

... is the second major award win for PulseLearning in the past two weeks. On Monday last (15 October) it announced that it had won the Gold Award at the clo Learning Leaders Awards in Arizona. On that occasion, it beat off stiff competition from fourteen companies in seven countries around the world. Puls...

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