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Insomnia head Kerr is hired to give An Post a shot in the arm

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
22nd December, 2014
2

Businessman Bobby Kerr has been brought in to help keep the traditional post office alive.

Best known for his role with the Insomnia chain of coffee shops and as a judge on RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den, he has been given the task of finding new opportunities for An Post’s network of 1,100 post offices, as the traditional mail business declines.

Kerr is due to be named today as the chair of...

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