Cash in on the platters that matter with Dublin Vinyl

The company is in pole position to capitalise on the global vinyl renaissance

19th November, 2017
Donagh Molloy, operations manager, and Hugh Scully, managing director of Dublin Vinyl

Dublin Vinyl is in pole position to capitalise on the global vinyl renaissance, and is offering EIIS investors the opportunity to save money on their tax bill, make an additional return and, in the process, support an exciting and growing Irish venture with global prospects.

According to statistics portal Statistica, sales of vinyl records rose by 1,000 per cent between 2006 and 2016, and are currently at their highest in almost 30 years. Research company...

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