Getting the juices flowing

The first part of Denise Phelan’s business story started in 1988 when she and her husband, Conor, moved to Carrigaline in Cork to open a pharmacy.

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Ian Kehoe

8th July, 2006

The first part of Denise Phelan’s business story started in 1988 when she and her husband, Conor, moved to Carrigaline in Cork to open a pharmacy.

The couple had met while working in a chemist’s shop in Waterford and were keen to go into business for themselves. Denise had recently qualified as a pharmaceutical technician, while Conor was a pharmacist.

The Carrigaline outlet did a strong trade and the Phelans opened a...

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