Paul's blinding new business

December 2007

A Dublin businessman has a blinding future ahead of him after joining Ireland's leading blinds store chain.

Paul Kavanagh has opened the doors of his new showroom in the Fingal area of North Dublin after signing up to become part of the Apollo Blinds franchise network.

His new store in the Superquinn Centre in Blanchardstown will offer the widest choice of roller, Venetian, pleated, Roman and vertical blinds in the city for the residential and corporate sector. And Paul is hoping that being in such a prominent location will be a great showcase for his new business.

"We spent a lot of time trying to find the right location and have been extremely fortunate to get premises in the shopping centre which has just undergone a multi-million Euro revamp," said Paul.

"I chose to locate the business in Fingal because there is plenty of scope, especially given that there is a great mix of new developments and well-established properties which all need window blinds.

"And my business will benefit from the infrastructure of the franchise network which will support me in providing the very best products at the most competitive prices for my customers."

Being part of such an established network and also such a great brand were the main reasons Paul invested in his Apollo Blinds franchise.

The 51-year-old entrepreneur who has run a series of successful business ventures opted to become a franchisee with the chain because it is backed by the world's biggest manufacturer of window blinds - Hunter Douglas.

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