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Simon Whelan was 25 years old when he set up his first recruitment company, World Wide Jobs, in 2000 with just £5,000.

15th March, 2008

Simon Whelan was 25 years old when he set up his first recruitment company, World Wide Jobs, in 2000 with just £5,000.

Last month, the Dublin marketing graduate rebranded the firm as Career Central and moved to new premises on Trinity Street in Dublin city centre.

‘‘While in college, I worked with a number of companies doing part-time promotional work, mostly to keep myself in pocket money,” said Whelan, who has represented Leinster and Ireland in cycling...

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