This Working Life: ‘Starting out in business, time is your most valuable asset'

While networking is important, freeing up your time so you can look at the bigger picture is even more crucial, according to Ailbhe Keane, founder of Izzy Wheels

15th August, 2021
This Working Life: ‘Starting out in business, time is your most valuable asset'
Ailbhe Keane, right, chief executive of Izzy Wheels, with her sister Izzy, who was the inspiration for the brand. Picture: Molly Keane

Ailbhe Keane is chief executive of Izzy Wheels, a company creating wheel covers for wheelchairs. She is also a board member of Rethink Ireland, an organisation giving funding and business support to NGOs.

I always dreamed of running my own business. I designed a job for myself that allows me to be creative every day and combines all the things I enjoy.

I founded Izzy Wheels, which creates stylish wheel covers for wheelchairs,...

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