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Linked Finance helps craftsman’s bid to expand into British furniture market

Kevin Gallogly is selling to well-heeled Londoners across the water

24th January, 2016
Kevin Gallogly and Paul Hurley of Mango Crafts in Kenmare, Co Kerry Picture: Don MacMonagle

Kerry craftsman Kevin Gallogly has raised €70,000 over two rounds with Linked Finance, Ireland’s leading peer-to-peer lending platform.

The move has allowed Gallogly, who makes large-scale timber furniture for private clients from his workshop in Kenmare, to expand his reach in Britain, where he sells primarily to well-heeled Londoners.

Gallogly established his company, Mango Crafts, in 1998 and makes dining room tables, garden furniture and home bars costing from €1,200 using acacia, ironwood,...

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