Tuesday September 29, 2020

Joining forces to create business

Colum Horgan was made redundant in May 2007,when electronics giant Motorola closed its Cork-based production plant.

11th April, 2009

Colum Horgan was made redundant in May 2007,when electronics giant Motorola closed its Cork-based production plant.

Horgan decided to set up in business on his own with colleague Pat Lucey, another senior manager at Motorola who lost his job following the closure.

He invested some of his redundancy money into the start-up, which took its cue from problems he had faced during his career with the multinational. Two years on, Horgan is director of operations...

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