Tuesday October 20, 2020

Making It Work: Design studio to sell landmark prints in new pop-up shop

When their personalised wedding invitations were a hit with guests, Owen and Julie McLoughlin came up with the idea for their business Jando

27th September, 2020
Julie and Owen McLoughlin, co-owners of Jando print-making studio, will open a pop-up shop in Dublin next month. Picture: Ruth Connolly

When Owen McLoughlin decided to set up print-making studio Jando five years ago with his wife Julie, he left behind a steady career in computer programming. But for McLoughlin, the lure of making his living doing something he loved far outweighed the benefits of a secure job in a growing sector.

“I’m very fortunate that I get to do what I love with the person I love, and as long as we can continue to...

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