Tadhg O’Toole is a Founder and angel investor and has been starting and building technology businesses since he was 17 years old. Based in Dublin, Ireland, Tadhg has considerable operational experience in the telecoms, media, and non-profit sectors. As co-founder, he has held a number of CxO roles and continues to maintain a significant equity interest in a number of companies he co-founded.
Tadhg is a founding Partner and Investor at Bloom Equity, Ireland’s leading Angel Syndicate. At Bloom he sources deals, leads negotiations, and conducts business and technical diligence. As an angel investor he works closely with founders to help them optimize their strategy and build world class teams.
Tadhg is very active within the startup community where he speaks at events, mentors within accelerator programs, and is generally available to early-stage founders seeking advice or introductions.
As a Founder of Likecharity,com, Tadhg is currently working with cellphone operators and charities to use the latest in mobile and social technology to transform charities, recruit, and engage with donors.
Likecharity has already been adopted by all the cellphone operators in Ireland and most of the top 50 charities and is expanding internationally.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Tadhg studied computer science at the University College Dublin for 2 years, until raising investment for his first startup. He is a certified PRINCE2 Project Manager.
Tadhg has been actively involved in Junior Achievement Ireland, a Charity that encourages enterprise within schools. His involvement has ranged from teaching classes within schools to judging regional and national enterprise competitions.
As a member of Class 18, Tadhg performed his fellowship while being an active investor at Bloom Equity and an executive founder at Likecharity.