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Irish fashion start-up Opsh pivots to digital publishing

McGinn sisters cut staff, focus on content creation

27th November, 2016
The McGinn sisters, co-founders of Opsh

The Irish fashion platform Opsh is shutting down its online store to focus entirely on becoming a digital publisher.

Founded by sisters Jennie, Grace and Sarah McGinn in 2013, Opsh has reduced its team from 16 to seven, citing the high costs of technology development. Grace remains as head of product, but has stepped down from the management team, which now consists of managing director Jennie, head of marketing Sarah and another sister, Lorna McGinn,...

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