Wednesday February 19, 2020

Hoping for a brain gain

Conor Brady has done a brave thing: he has given up a steady job in a recession to go it alone.

24th August, 2013
Harry Fraser, 2, plays with some of the games with Conor Brady of Cogs. Photo: Feargal Ward

Conor Brady has done a brave thing: he has given up a steady job in a recession to go it alone. The former Lisney surveyor has just opened an innovative retail outlet selling toys and gadgets that help to train your brain. He calls it Ireland's first dedicated brain fitness shop.

Called Cogs: The Brain Shop, the unit in Dublin's Stephen's Green Centre sells board games, toys and software designed to suit "anyone from two...

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