New Sugru owners will expand firm, founder says

Tesa to shape future of mouldable glue company

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
3rd June, 2018
Jane Ní Dhulchaontaigh, founder of Sugru Picture: Charlie Clift

Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh, the inventor of mouldable glue Sugru, says her company’s new owners will invest to expand the business after it was bought out by German adhesives giant Tesa for £7.6 million.

“The priority for the next six months to a year is to get off to a great start with Tesa. We’re already working with them on expansion plans into Europe along with the advertising campaigns,” she said. “Focusing on...

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