Ring to launch Smart Lotto in Belmullet today

Sean Ruane, Padraig Cosgrove, Noel Rowland and John Fergus of Smart Lotto at the announcement last Friday that they are to create 20 new jobs in Belmullet with their Smart Lotto app and raise €15 million for clubs and charities in the next 12 months. The Smart Lotto app allows people all over the world to play their local lotto and donate to their local charities and clubs.

Sean Ruane, Padraig Cosgrove, Noel Rowland and John Fergus of Smart Lotto at the announcement last Friday that they are to create 20 new jobs in Belmullet with their Smart Lotto app and raise €15 million for clubs and charities in the next 12 months. The Smart Lotto app allows people all over the world to play their local lotto and donate to their local charities and clubs.

Smart Lotto is preparing to launch a very exciting new business today, February 27, in its office at No 1 The Harbour, Belmullet. The business will be launched by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring.

At the launch Smart Lotto will be announcing its plans to fundraise an additional €15 million on behalf of clubs and charity organisations by March 2016 with the use of the Smart Lotto app. The Smart Lotto app provides clubs and charities with a 24/7 link to their members and supporters worldwide, in addition to managing local lotteries, prize draws, and news feeds, administrating and coordinating everything centrally online, enabling clubs and charities to greatly enhance their fundraising capabilities.

To learn more about the new service simply log on to www.smartlotto.ie and watch the three minute demonstration video.

The purpose of the launch is to promote their new executive Smart Lotto account which has been tailored to provide clubs and charities nationwide with a tailored solution to meet their demanding fundraising needs.

The company was founded in 2012 by Padraig Cosgrove native of Geesala and Noel Rowland, native of Crossmolina, and has spent the last two and half years developing the service that is now being launched.

The company has been greatly supported by various local government enterprise funds, including Fiontar Chomhraic Teo, Belmullet Community Gain Investment Fund, Udaras Na Gaeltachta, and Mayo North East Leader, now resulting in the creation of 20 full-time positions based in the town of Belmullet by the end of 2016, 12 of which will be created by the end of 2015. The company firmly believes that the job creation potential of 20 can be greatly enhanced through further development of its software and a move to export its services to external markets starting with the UK by the first quarter of 2016.

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