Tuesday October 20, 2020

All well and good as Taste of Dublin founder launches Thrive

New venture in contact with major tech companies to offer events to staff

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
20th August, 2017
Avril Bannerton has invested €100,000 in Thrive, a new brand aimed at the wellness, health and fitness sector

The founder of the Taste of Dublin food festival is investing €100,000 in a new brand targeted at the wellness, health and fitness sector.

Thrive, which was launched at this weekend’s Groove festival in the Killruddery estate in Bray, Co Wicklow, will encompass pop-up showcases, corporate packages and festival add-ons around the country.

Founder Avril Bannerton said Thrive will employ three full-time staff as well as temporary employees who will be hired to...

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