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
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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