Oisin Hanrahan

CEO & Co-Founder


Oisin Hanrahan is the Co-founder and CEO of Keychain, a manufacturing platform for the packaged goods industry that is backed by $18 million in venture funding from Lightspeed Venture Partners, BoxGroup, and SV Angel.

Before Keychain, he served as CEO of NASDAQ-listed Angi Inc (Angie’s List / HomeAdvisor). Prior to his role as CEO of Angi, Mr. Hanrahan had served as Chief Product Officer of Angi since 2019, where he led product and technology strategy. Mr. Hanrahan joined Angi in 2018 when Handy, the company he co-founded and led as CEO since 2012, was acquired by Angi. He built Handy to hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue, and raised over $100 million in institutional capital, before exiting to Angi.

Prior to Handy, Mr. Hanrahan founded a real estate development business in Budapest, Hungary that built dozens of apartments in the city center.

Mr. Hanrahan served the US Commerce Secretary on the Digital Economy Board of Advisors in 2016 – 2017, during a period of unprecedented change in the application of technology to the labor force. He has spent time working on the issue of worker classification and addressed unions, congressmen, and senators, including the US Senate Democratic Caucus. Mr. Hanrahan also co-founded The Undergraduate Awards, a foundation he created in 2009 to support and celebrate outstanding undergraduate students globally.

Mr. Hanrahan’s work has been written about extensively in major media, mostly notably in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Forbes. He has appeared frequently on CNBC, MSNBC, Fox and Bloomberg. He has given talks at conferences, including Milken Institute and Web Summit, and guest lectured at universities including NYU and Columbia. He is an active angel investor and advisor, with a portfolio of over 50 companies.

Mr. Hanrahan earned a Master of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, a Masters in Finance from the London School of Economics, and a Business and Economics degree from Trinity College Dublin.