‘Each of the family has a defined role in the business which plays to each person’s strength’
Long before the runaway success of Keogh’s Crisps, members of John Keogh’s family were making a living pulling potatoes from the ground in north County Dublin
Long before the runaway success of Keogh’s Crisps, members of John Keogh’s family were making a living pulling potatoes from the ground in north County Dublin.
“The earliest document we have is a tithes, or land tax, paid to the local church back in 1832 by a Thomas Keogh, the same name as myself, so we’re there a long time,” says Tom Keogh, the company’s managing director....
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