Danny Meaney is the founder and CEO of Up, a commercial business accelerator and micro-investment fund that supports, mentors and provides seed funding for early stage entrepreneurs; accelerates the growth of innovative and commercially driven digital start-ups; and commercialises University research.
Along with the founders of Maidthorn Partners, Danny Meaney is the co-founder of Insportive, which is a social network for those passionate, enthused and engaged in sports. Insportive is the world's first 'social sports' site - bringing together on demand sports video with social media tools in one package, with exclusive content featuring top stars across all sports and connecting elite sporting content with grassroots sports communities.
TripleSEE is a specialist provider of voice and data communication services designed specifically to service large scale physical developments such as media cities.
Danny is the Non Executive Chairman of four23 and mentor to Warren Bramley, founder, creative director and named by the British Design Council as one of the Top Ten Creative Leaders of the Future. Clients include adidas, Oakley, Virgin London Marathon, Mo Farah and Christine Ohuruogu.
Danny Meaney is Chairman at Buto a web-based online video platform with powerful features and great ease-of-use with clients including Tesco, Sky and Rackspace and Big Button, a specialist corporate video production company.
Danny Meaney is Chairman at Peekabu Studios, which is a high growth technology business. Peekabu's technology tracks motion with any webcam, and turns it into interaction.
Danny Meaney has secured the investment and is a shareholder and Chairman of Juzou, which is a complete end to end solution for the delivery of Live, Linear and VOD TV providing:
An intuitive recommendation engine that enables viewers to find relevant TV content
Cross device consumption allowing the content anywhere experience
Personalised marketing of content