AIB: Enterprising firm targets young hurlers

Galway-based start up Kite Sports is set to expand its business into the US as the firm rolls out its hurlóg product there.

31st March, 2012
Despite having the appearance of ash, the hurlóg is actually made of foam.

Galway-based start up Kite Sports is set to expand its business into the US as the firm rolls out its hurlóg product there.

The move comes just three months after the firm launched a successful marketing campaign in Ireland, with the support of AIB. Hurlóg is Kite Sports' first product, developed over 16 months by co-founders, and husband and wife, Ciara and Eoin Fitzgerald.

"The original idea came when our first child,...

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