Making it work: Labour of love as Grown eco brand branches out into gift of native trees
For every Woodland Card purchased from Grown clothing firm, a native Irish tree will be planted on a Grown Forest plot on the buyer’s behalf
Three firemen in Dublin are on a new mission to revive wild forests around the country as part of a sustainable business launched six years ago.
Neil McCabe, Stephen O’Reilly and Damian Bligh are the co-founders of Grown, a sustainable fashion brand selling Fair Wear and Peta-approved clothing made ethically from organic and recycled materials.
The three are year-round sea swimmers and surfers, so their eco-drive was fuelled by concerns over microplastics polluting...
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Riley targets further fundraising for UK and European expansion
The Irish eco-friendly period product provider has already attracted several large clients, including Vodafone, Flutter and a number of universities
Irish eco-fashion start-up sews up €250k revenue in first year
Young founders say swift success of Mayo athleisure wear firm Pure Clothing was down to brand awareness through TikTok
Enterprise Ireland head forecasts further growth for Irish firms in Nordic region
Hannah Fraser says the relative robustness of Nordic economies during the Covid-19 pandemic offered many Irish firms a strong sales market
€9.3m in grants awarded to Irish small businesses for online trading
Damien English, Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, said the scheme ‘will continue to be a key component in the suite of interventions to assist micro-enterprises’