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But he dropped out of a property economics course and enrolled instead in Trinity College to study computer science at night.
"To keep my head straight during the day, I would get out of bed every morning, sit at the desk in my bedroom and pretend to have 'a company'.
This includes everything from online positioning and email marketing to search engine optimisation, social media and blogs.
"In addition, we integrate these digital elements into a company's existing traditional TV and print media strategy," he adds.
"We've developed the office as a creative think tank space which has become an important part of our creative process," says David.They went on to secure A-Wear and American Holidays as clients and in 2008, won the business to develop the website for the GAA, which they looked after for the following nine years.Things were going swimmingly well until the downturn hit.In 1999, David Douglas, then 22 set up his own business Ebow - the digital agency, which has since grown to become one of Dublin's leading and most creative digital agencies with a staff of 24 and an annual turnover of almost €2m.However, back in 2015, he felt that the Irish market was becoming saturated.