Helping small firms extend a cultural hand of friendship
Noel and Tomoko Doyle of Equinox, a firm creating cultural exchange opportunities, found the help from their Local Enterprise Office in Carlow ‘instrumental’ in the next stage of their business
Noel and Tomoko Doyle first met while studying in Britain. They began a relationship soon after and moved to Tomoko’s home country of Japan. There, Tomoko’s father ran a language school where Noel took up a job as an English teacher.
When the time came for Tomoko and Noel to start a family, the couple decided to return to Noel’s home county of Carlow. Despite their initial plans, the couple did...
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Making some history, again
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