• Google once rejected this founder for a job - but then went on to acquire his first startup and partner with his 2nd

    8 monthes ago - By Chron

    Irish entrepreneur Mark Cummins is the founder of Pointy, a startup that helps bricks-and-mortar retailers show what they have in stock online.
    Cummins is a serial entrepreneur and sold his first startup, visual search app Plink, to Google in 2010.
    Ironically, he was rejected for a job at Google years earlier as a graduate from Oxford University.
    Pointy has announced a major partnership with Google and has won investment from the founder of Google Maps.
    The startup says it has signed up thousands of US retailers.
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