Back row: Uzair Qureshi, James Galvin, Luke Mackey, Alan Haverty, Finn Murphy, Alvan Hunt. Middle row: Andrew O’Neill, Ailbhe Keane, Oisin Carroll, Devan Hughes, Ciara O’Doherty, Garret Flowers, Bridget Butler, Matt Hanbury, Maurice Sheehy. Front row: Ali Delaney, Jennifer Hourihane, Ciara Clancy, Christine Butler, Daryl O’Regan We profile the country’s most talented business people and hear their remarkable ideas and plans for the future. Hate queuing? Want to walk into the cafe, grab your morning coffee and run? Luke Mackey and Adrian Haverty have the answer for you. Their Bamboo app is changing the nature of ordering, paying and transactions in cafes across Dublin city, allowing you to order and pay in advance. The whole idea is to cut the time-consuming transaction process out in store and Mackey says that the app is unashamedly aimed at his own millennial generation. “We have become used to ordering via nmobile from the likes of Hailo, Just Eat and Deliveroo so it is becoming more and more natural for us to pay for what we want like this. GALWAY-BORN software developer Daryl O’Regan’s early-stage company Paybolt began as a final-year project for her Dublin Institute ...