New base and fresh start for Boys and Girls
Business is booming for ad agency born of the recession
Thanks to a consistent growth in turnover, Boys and Girls, the advertising agency born in the recession, has moved to a new office and is on the lookout for new business, according to its managing director Patrick Meade.
Boys and Girls recorded a turnover of €7.4 million for the 2014 financial year, an increase of about €750,000 on the previous year.
Last year, the company began to look for a new premises, out of “opportunity and...
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