€2m spend on ten coffee chain branches to create 100 jobs

Irish catering company Egan Hospitality intends to spend €2 million and create 100 jobs opening up ten branches of British coffee chain Soho Coffee in Ireland.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
11th May, 2014
Chris Copner and Darryl Egan of Egan HospitalityPicture: Feargal Ward

Irish catering company Egan Hospitality intends to spend €2 million and create 100 jobs opening up ten branches of British coffee chain Soho Coffee in Ireland.

The new shops will be run by Darryl Egan’s Egan Hospitality, which also runs the Bel Cibo chain, and which has contracts to provide catering in the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham and the National Gallery as well as a number of college campuses.

Chris Copner, who along with...

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