Candlelit winner for two: brothers expect sales of €700k

Duo secure new export deal to Australia and New Zealand

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
1st October, 2017
David and Mark Van den Bergh of Max Benjamin Picture: Fergal Phillips

The Wicklow brothers behind the Max Benjamin home fragrancing brand expect to generate sales worth €700,000 as a result of a new export deal to Australia and New Zealand.

Mark and David Van den Bergh have secured listings for their candles, diffusers and scented cards in two southern hemisphere department store chains: Myers in Australia and Stevens in New Zealand. Max Benjamin products will be on the shelves of 40 of the chains’ branches in...

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