Speaking in tongues

Having a command of the Italian language was a big help for Keith Geoghegan when he decided to join forces with his father and brother to start an artisan furniture business in Dublin.

12th April, 2008

Having a command of the Italian language was a big help for Keith Geoghegan when he decided to join forces with his father and brother to start an artisan furniture business in Dublin.

The Geoghegans supply specialist artisan furniture to the Irish market from their 16,000 square foot showroom in Ballycoolin.

Geoghegan’s background studying fine arts in Italy and his father’s 30+ year career in the furniture industry provided a solid foundation when the family decided...

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