Enter the glossy new dragon

New Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Norah Casey will bring a hard-won success in publishing and a taste for new ventures to the programme, writes Gavin Daly

13th November, 2010

New Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Norah Casey will bring a hard-won success in publishing and a taste for new ventures to the programme, writes Gavin Daly

Publishing entrepreneur Norah Casey is expanding her Harmonia group into Britain and Asia, reversing cutbacks at the group last year as consumer spending in Ireland fell.

Caseys aid she wanted to move the business, which publishes such titles as Irish Tatler, Woman’s Way, U, and Food & Wine, into...

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