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Luxury firm Beaufort Interiors hires staff for growth

By Margaret Canning

Published 23/04/2015

Moira-based family business Beaufort Interiors is targeting new markets and recruiting two additional staff as part of efforts to increase sales of its bespoke curtains in Great Britain and Europe. Pictured (L R) are Grainne McVeigh, Invest NI, and Ruth Wilson, Beaufort Interiors.
Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons
Moira-based family business Beaufort Interiors is targeting new markets and recruiting two additional staff as part of efforts to increase sales of its bespoke curtains in Great Britain and Europe. Pictured (L R) are Grainne McVeigh, Invest NI, and Ruth Wilson, Beaufort Interiors. Photo by Aaron McCracken/Harrisons

A Co Down luxury interior business is taking on new staff as part of its efforts to increase sales in Great Britain and Europe.

Beaufort Interiors in Moira has received Invest NI assistance of just over £47,600 to help in its export strategy - which will involve taking on a sales and marketing manager and a new designer.

Founder Ruth Wilson said: "We see a significant opportunity to gain new customers interested in bespoke and luxurious furnishings, particularly in London and south east England where luxury apartments and hotels are under construction.

"We plan to invest in marketing of our bespoke range of luxury curtains and develop an e-commerce site."

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