Five questions for: Tom McGillycuddy, co-founder, tickr

Tickr is an app that helps investors focus on impact investing.

Tom McGillycuddy and Matt Latham

Tom McGillycuddy (left) and Matt Latham

What does your business do?

What's been your company's greatest achievement so far?

What has been your biggest challenge?

What are your plans for hitting your targets this year?

What's the one piece of advice you'd give fellow entrepreneurs?

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