550,000 say ‘I do’ to wedding website One Fab Day
The site has amassed a monthly readership of more than half a million since its launch ten years ago
Just over 10 years since its launch in November 2009, wedding website One Fab Day has amassed a monthly readership of more than 550,000 people.
The site is run by friends Naoise McNally and Susan Gallagher, who employ nine people in Dublin.They came up with the idea for the venture when both were planning their weddings at the same time.
At the time McNally was a project manager at Daft.ie, while Gallagher worked as a software engineer...
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