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Cycling tech firm eyes £4m sales by 2018

By Staff Reporter

Published 17/11/2016

Cycling technology firm See Sense will take on 14 new people over the next three years (stock picture)
Cycling technology firm See Sense will take on 14 new people over the next three years (stock picture)

Cycling technology firm See Sense has said it is targeting the urban commuter market for its bicycle lights as it aims for expansion.

The Newtownards company, run by husband and wife Philip and Irene McAleese, said it will take on 14 new people over the next three years.

The jobs, backed by £100,000 from Invest NI, will pay average salaries of around £29,000.

Mr McAleese said the firm was aiming for £4m in sales by 2018.

"Urban commuter cyclists are one of the fastest growing segments within the cycling market and Invest NI's support with implementing our growth strategy will help us boost our profile and achieve our targets," he said.

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