Tuesday February 25, 2020

Pay it forward

Dorcas Réamonn built a business from the ground up, and now she’s helping other SMEs expand into new markets

5th July, 2015
Dorcas Réamonn, founder, Zonua.ie Picture: Maura Hickey

Breaking out on your own always brings with it a mix of thoughts and emotions. There is, undoubtedly, excitement, but also the fear of failure. The prospect of being wholly independent gives life to thoughts of what you can do and what may become of you. For the entrepreneurs who drive the micro, small and medium businesses of Ireland, it’s the desire to make a mark and take control that brings them past their fears...

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