Making it work: Pop-up shop the latest step in the Handmade Soap Company’s journey to lead on sustainability

The Handmade Soap Company usually supplies a number of high-end hotels, but this year is pivoting to focus on conscientious Christmas shoppers

18th December, 2020
Making it work: Pop-up shop the latest step in the Handmade Soap Company’s journey to lead on sustainability
Donagh Quigley, co-founder of the Handmade Soap Company. Picture: Fergal Phillips

The opening of its first ever pop-up shop this month in Dublin marks an important milestone for The Handmade Soap Company, the sustainable Irish venture launched in 2008 by husband and wife Donagh and Gemma Quigley.

The couple started the company from their kitchen table in Kells, Co Meath, but now employ 70 people at a dedicated 10,000-square-foot facility housed in an old linen mill in Slane village.

They have a range of 70 organic home-scent, skin...

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