Irish VoltsWagon company jolts VW into taking legal action over its name
A playground joke was the inspiration for the name of Mayo businessman Ciaran Sherry’s electric car charger company and is now the subject of a “battle royale” between himself and the second largest car manufacturer in the world
“What kind of car should an electrician drive? A VoltsWagon!”
A playground joke was the inspiration for the name of Mayo businessman Ciaran Sherry’s electric car charger company and is now the subject of a “battle royale” between himself and the second largest car manufacturer in the world.
Sherry, who still works as an electrician, registered the company, VoltsWagon, in February 2017 as part of his renewable energy group,...
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