Northside Festival has ended
avatar for Oisin Hanrahan

Oisin Hanrahan

Oisin is the CEO and co-founder of Handybook, the on-demand home improvement and cleaning service. Founded in 2012, Handybook spun out of Harvard's Innovation Lab and in less than two years has grown from 3 markets to 25 cities across North America offering its professional, reliable and trusted home cleaning and repair service at a tap of an app. 

Handybook's own on-demand service has been featured in hundreds of publications including The New York TimesForbes and Fast Company and has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg TV.

Prior to Handybook, Oisin founded Clearwater Group, a real estate development company in Budapest, Hungary. Only 18 years old at the time, Clearwater Group went on to successfully complete a number of multi-million Euro developments and managed the real estate assets and rental needs of buyers. After Clearwater Group, Oisin established The Undergraduate Awards which has become the world's largest pan-discipline awards program. Supported by Google, Microsoft and others, it has become a global annual awards event hosted in Dublin, Ireland with the award distributed each year by the President of Ireland. Oisin also established MiCandidate, which became the leading source for online election information across Europe in 2009. A resident of New York, Oisin loves to cook, snowboard and travel, especially to his hometown of Dublin.