Reopening Ireland: two businesswomen on meeting the challenge of Covid-19

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Today we hear from two seasoned entrepreneurs in two different industries about how they are dealing with the fallout from Covid-19 and the opportunities that will hopefully begin to arise as the economy begins to reopen. How does this compare to past disruptions they have experienced, and what lessons can be applied to this new situation? Rachel Doyle founded Wicklow garden centre Arboretum in 1977 and the family business has since expanded with another store in Carlow. Mary McKenna is one of the country's leading tour operators, of Tour America and Cruise Holidays.

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