From a construction career to building a beauty brand
New line targets millennial girls who want quality
A chance career move paid dividends for Dublin-based beauty entrepreneur Paul Mooney, who left behind a job in construction to move into cosmetics six years ago.
Mooney opened the Cosmetic Outlet on Meath Street in 2011 and relaunched the Italian cosmetics brand Flormar four years later following its earlier failure in the Irish market.
Led by Mooney, the Flormar brand flourished. By the time he decided to leave the brand last March, its stockists numbered close...
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