Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive


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the streat franchisee

Portlaoise franchisees speak frankly about their streat cafe experience

Roseanna and Paul Slattery joined the streat franchise just over 3 years ago and started their café in Portlaoise. They are now discussing why they decided to start a cafe and their experiences as part of the streat franchise.

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Ken Callaghan, Dublin, Aspray franchisee

Aspray franchise brings flexibility

Ken Callaghan decided that franchising was for him as it allowed him to start trading from day one.  With a background in the building industry, Aspray franchsie was the perfect choice for him.

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Philip Breslin, Dublin, PuriFry franchisee

PuriFry – A first for Dublin

Philip Breslin of Sutton Dublin, formerly worked in the construction industry, but with the economic downturn he found himself in a position to look to self employment.

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Fergal Toland, Dublin, PuriFry franchisee

PuriFry continues expansion in Ireland

Fergal Toland of Stamullen, Co Dublin, has a background in the IT Industry working across Europe for Easy Jet and Aer Lingus, having taken a career break he decided to look into franchising as a fast track way of being self-employed and successful.

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Nicola Cosgrave, Dublin South, ComputerXplorers franchisee

ComputerXplorers franchise fits a niche in the market

Nicola Cosgrave luanched here ComputerXplorer's franchise business in Dublin in January 2009 and hasn't looked back.

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Juliet O’Connell, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin,

ZipYard franchise - compatible with the economic downturn

Juliet O’Connell, 30, opened her ZipYard franchise for business in 2009 and now employs 3 full-time tailors and 1 part-time front of house member of staff.

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