Manley has designs on expansion
Designer to raise €50,000 to fund push into Britain, Japan and Scandinavia
Manley, the Dublin-based fashion design house, is eyeing a foray into Britain, Japan and Scandinavia this year.
Emma Manley, the designer behind the self-titled fashion brand, is planning to raise €50,000 to fund a push into these new markets and expects to start selling abroad by autumn/winter 2017.
The company, which runs out of a studio in Dublin 8, will target Britain first before it starts selling into Japan and Scandinavian countries.
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