Tuesday April 7, 2020

Rural location proves no barrier to thriving Sligo content agency

10th January, 2015

Does escaping the rat race to become your own boss, surrounded by fresh air and green fields, sound appealing? That’s exactly what husband and wife Ciaran Byrne and Martha Kearns did.

The couple have decades of journalism experience between them. Byrne previously worked as deputy news editor for the Observer and associate editor of the Irish Independent, while Kearns was assistant news editor at the Irish Independent and news editor at The Sunday...

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