Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive
Fergal Toland, Dublin, PuriFry franchisee
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.
Nicola Cosgrave, Dublin South, ComputerXplorers franchisee
Nicola Cosgrave luanched here ComputerXplorer's franchise business in Dublin in January 2009 and hasn't looked back.
Juliet O’Connell, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin,
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.
Tony Lees, South Tipperary, Limerick & Waterford, Card Connection franchisee
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection, has today announced that Tony Lees, the company’s new franchisee for the Cork and Kerry area has also taken over the region covering South Tipperary, Limerick and Waterford creating a platinum franchise.
Scot Heyes, Northern Ireland, Subway franchisee
Fergal McGovern & Rhona O’Sullivan, Longford,
Esquires Coffee Houses franchise owners Fergal McGovern and Rhona O’Sullivan have followed up 2009’s award-winning success of their Carrick on Shannon outlet by opening a second in neighbouring Longford in 2010.