Social media influencer secures €50,000 expansion fund
Dundalk make-up artist Keilidh Cashell received €50,000 from peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance
Social media influencer Keilidh Cashell has secured a €50,000 investment to expand her business.
The Dundalk make-up artist has a large following on Instagram, with more than half a million followers. She also has 180,000 subscribers on YouTube, where she posts make-up tutorials and other lifestyle content.
Last week, Cashell’s firm posted on the website of the Irish peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance that she was seeking a 24-month loan of €50,000 to “expand her business model”....
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