Saturday May 30, 2020

Offering loans for cosmetic work

Marie Byrne saw a gap in the Irish market for a payment scheme for those who wanted to get cosmetic surgery but could not afford to pay up front.

8th July, 2006

Marie Byrne saw a gap in the Irish market for a payment scheme for those who wanted to get cosmetic surgery but could not afford to pay up front.

Byrne, a science graduate from University College Dublin, is now managing director of healthcare credit finance company Easycare. She set up the company last year to provide affordable monthly payment options for all kinds of healthcare treatments.

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