Thursday December 12, 2019

Carlow firm makes conections with cakes

Carlow-based Brian Seery of Seery’s Bakery says that participating in Catalyst and going to Anuga led to the discovery of like-minded collaborators worldwide

1st December, 2019
Brian Seery, managing director, and Lorraine Seery, project coordinator, Seerys Bakery

The south east is an ideal location from which to go international, said Brian Seery of Seery’s Bakery in Carlow, a participant at Catalyst.

“Our success story shows you can set up a business anywhere, once you have the right team,” said Seery. “Carlow is a fantastic location, close to Dublin and well serviced by road and rail. The new motorway is fantastic. It is a hive of ambition and innovation and our...

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