Latest news from Ireland. am absolutely over the moon to have been awarded Business Management Consultancy of the year 2021/22 by the Republic of Ireland Prestige Awards. To say the last two years have been a challenge is putting it mildly. In March 2020 I decided the time had come to make changes, big ones. This involved restructuring my business Solutions Consultancy Ireland and going it alone. I also created a strand to what I had been doing since 2015, mentoring start-ups, entrepreneurs and established companies and I included the arts and crafts sector. Crafters of Ireland was born.
My personal life and work life had become monotonous. I also moved away from where I had been living and made a fresh start for myself – I did this on the evening of the very first lockdown. I’d had enough and I had the confidence, energy and belief in myself to start afresh.
I believe Andy Warhol said “Better to jump and make a mistake than to sit there too frightened to make a move” Now two years later we are still changing to suit the needs of what the world around wants, as the economy changed and the needs of our customers changed. We keep as fluid as possible so that we can continue to support the arts and crafts sector in Ireland.
Crafters of Ireland’s website is getting a complete redesign. The new and improved website will be much easier to navigate, faster and user-friendly. Thus, improving the service for both our vendors and customers.
Additionally, we will be adapting our service to suit the needs of our vendors. Our new package is for Irish and Celtic crafters from around the world. The service will include a store on our website and social media and access to our Facebook group. To sign up, contact us at email@example.com
Well, that’s our latest news from Ireland. We love nothing more than to show off our crafts peoples work to you. We also love you to come and visit Ireland, the beautiful Emerald Isle. We love all our friends and customers in the U.S. Your support has been absolutely amazing. Thank You.
From all involved in Crafters of Ireland.
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