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John and Brenda Romero at The g Hotel in Galway Picture: Michael Dillon

It’s a rainy Monday in Galway city. A busker is showing his resilience on Shop Street as he swings his banjo and belts out The Irish Rover. Nearby, John and Brenda Romero are sitting in an unremarkable office surrounded by boxes fresh out of a container.

Here, more than 8,000 kilometres from the warmth and wealth of their former home in Silicon Valley, is where the Romeros will be producing all their new...

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