Fam­ily run busi­nesses are the bedrock of the Ir­ish econ­omy

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IN EVERY com­mu­nity across Co Wick­low, fam­ily run busi­nesses are part of the eco­nomic and so­cial fab­ric of an area. From brand new, in­no­va­tive start-ups to house­hold names span­ning back through decades and gen­er­a­tions, Co Wick­low is home to a mul­ti­tude of fam­ily-run busi­nesses that stretch into every in­dus­try and sec­tor, and every cor­ner of the coun­try from large towns to ru­ral vil­lages. Fam­ily busi­nesses are the bedrock of the Ir­ish econ­omy and, in any typ­i­cal day, con­sumers will en­counter nu­mer­ous prod­ucts and ser­vices sup­plied by fam­ily en­ter­prises which aid lo­cal eco­nomic and so­cial de­vel­op­ment, in­no­vate, pro­duce and sup­ply a di­verse range of prod­ucts and ser­vices, pro­vid­ing un­yield­ing sup­port to their base com­mu­ni­ties.

From agri-food busi­nesses to com­mer­cial ser­vices, hard­ware and build­ing sup­pli­ers to tourist at­trac­tions and op­er­a­tions, Co Wick­low de­pends on its fam­ily-run en­ter­prises to: pro­vide di­verse choice to con­sumers, en­cour­ag­ing them to shop lo­cal; pro­mote the county’s many strengths to vis­i­tors; and ex­cel in cus­tomer ser­vice and the per­sonal touch.

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