Former Rose of Tralee hopes online start-up blooms
The Irish Workshop gives Irish designs a global push
Charmaine Kenny, the 2009 Rose of Tralee and MBA graduate from Stanford University, has teamed up with chartered accountant Fearghal Mulvihill to launch a new start-up called The Irish Workshop.
The online start-up allows Irish makers, designers and artists to connect with consumers around the world.
It has already signed up 50 Irish creatives to sell art, jewellery, fashion and gifts on its marketplace website.
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