How I started: Lessons in Entrepreneurship

Martin Kearney of Kearney Cycles.

10th August, 2014
Martin Kearney of Kearney Cycles. Picture: Boyd Challenger

Martin Kearney established Kearney Cycles in Galway in 1990. Situated in Terryland Retail Park on Headford Road, the shop sells road, trail, mountain and town bikes from age two and up. It also stocks cycling shoes, sportswear, nutritional products and safety equipment. The company employs four people and also sells to the Irish and European market online at kearneycycles.com.

I originally set up the business as I realised that, to potentially earn money, I needed...

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