Making It Work: New ‘search engine for fashion’ has designs on the global market
StyleSearch, founded last month by Tralee native Shauna Cashell, uses a smart search engine to make online shopping simple
It is less than a month old, but already StyleSearch, a new “fashion search engine” founded in Tralee, has its eyes fixed firmly on the global market with an ambitious three-year plan to become a major player internationally.
The Kerry-based business, founded by Shauna Cashell, already employs five people, and is aiming to expand into the UK and Europe in the coming years through partnerships with the biggest online retailers in the world.
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