Aró launches €1m R&D unit in Galway
The luxury hotel marketing firm Aró Digital Strategy will launch a €1 million research and development (R&D) unit at its Galway base next year.
The digital agency, which was founded by Triona Mac Giolla Rí and Alan Rowe in the Furbogh Gaeltacht area, helps small luxury hotel operators drive more sales through their own websites, making them less reliant on aggregators.
It works with leading brands in Ireland such as Powerscourt...
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