Park life proves winner for variety of businesses

Mary Kate O’Flanagan looks at four companies not just surviving, but thriving in Greenogue & Aerodrome Business Parks.

16th April, 2011

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Michael Gowran of AA Caterex, a family-run business based in Aerodrome Business Park, reflects with optimism on the changes in the last few years. ‘‘To be honest, during the boom we were busy fools,” he said. ‘‘We spent a lot of time and energy servicing the demands of the Celtic tiger and now that we have had time to reflect, we can spend that time and money better, so giving the client...

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