Perfume brand Memo to expand into homeware

The luxury perfume company is co-owned by Tipperary native John Molloy

7th May, 2017
John Molloy, co-owner of luxury perfume company Memo

Memo, the luxury perfume company co-owned by Tipperary native John Molloy, is to expand into homewares this year as it continues to record annual growth rates of 40 per cent.

Molloy, who set the business up with his wife Clara in 2008, told The Sunday Business Post that Memo’s 26 fragrances are now sold in 30 countries around the world.

“We are doing very well in the Middle East, and we are also now the number one...

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