Family business makes shoes to last a generation

20th January, 2019
Michael Tutty and his dad George Tutty jr outside their shop in Naas

Handmade shoe company Tutty’s has entered its third generation with Michael Tutty joining the family business founded by his grandfather George sr in 1946 in Naas, Co Kildare.

An engineering graduate, Michael will work alongside his father George Tutty jr for five years before taking over the reigns. He joined the business full-time last June to kickstart the transition.

“I’ve been in the business since I was a young kid, working here right the...

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