Machine is just the ticket

Roger Bourke believes that businesses should keep changing with the times, and his company, Abbeycrest Traders, is proof of that.

5th February, 2011

Roger Bourke believes that businesses should keep changing with the times, and his company, Abbeycrest Traders, is proof of that.

It not only moves with the times as a business, but it also helps its customers keep on top of changing technology and social networking.

Set up by Bourke and his wife Michelle in 1993, the company started with a franchise for a hand-held ticketing machine for nightclubs. It now has a number of products,...

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