Trixibelles puts its best foot forward

When Fiona Halliday returned to Ireland after working in China for nearly six years, she launched shoe site Trixibelles.ie in April.

3rd September, 2011

When Fiona Halliday returned to Ireland after working in China for nearly six years, she launched shoe site Trixibelles.ie in April.

A graduate of Dundalk Institute of Technology’s certificate course in computers, Halliday worked as a cosmetics manager in her local pharmacy in Dundalk before joining PCH International and moving to China in 2005 as a project manager.

While there, she also worked with a high-end manufacturer of leather goods and was instrumental...

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