N.IRELAND: Label Maker Franklins Steps Up Investment
The firm, which employs 77 people, is working with development agency Invest NI to implement a number of recommendations made by Kurt Salmon Associates. It has also been given £172,000 by Invest NI in financial assistance.
Franklins will use the money to increase its investment in sales and marketing, branding, design, information technology, e-commerce and quality.
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