In just a few days, Granite Podcast Studio will be gearing up for the launch of their third series of The Public Eye business podcast. Hosted by the wonderful Sarah Travers, the first two series’ featured some truly ambitious people, and the third will be no different; with fantastic stories from the best and brightest Northern Ireland has to offer, the podcast aims to inspire existing business owners and ambitious entrepreneurs by providing a unique insight into the success of local businesses.
This series, which is sponsored by Granite Legal Services, gives listeners the inside scoop from another six fascinating individuals-
Wednesday 7th April
Episode 1- Bréandan O’Cartaigh from Killowen Distillery
Wednesday 14th April
Episode 2- Peter McCaul from Péarlaí
Wednesday 21st April
Episode 3- Gervase McGenity from Granite Legal Services
Wednesday 28th April
Episode 4- Gemma Murphy from Jack Murphy Jewellers
Wednesday 5th May
Episode 5- Yuri Lee Keown from Wonky
Wednesday 12th May
Episode 6- David Crilly from Crilco Confections
Listeners to the new series will be in for a treat, as Breandán O’Carthaigh from Killowen Distillery speaks about his desire to challenge the existing standards in the spirits industry whilst maintaining the authenticity of the traditional ways of distilling whiskey, while Peter McCaul from Péarlaí discusses the changing shopping trends and the success he has enjoyed as a result of the current climate.
Gervase McGenity from Granite Legal Services informs listeners of the potential mistakes businesses can make by not seeking the appropriate legal advice, and Gemma Murphy from Jack Murphy Jewellers discusses her vision for an autism-friendly shopping experience.
Yuri Lee-Keown from Wonky regales us with her tale of making the leap from high fashion in Manhattan to recruiting knitters from her new home on a sheep farm in Kilkeel, and David Crilly of Crilly’s Sweets speaks of the joys of growing up surrounded by confectionery and enlightens us as to which sweet is his childhood favourite!