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Kate Callaghan Callaghan Jewellers Buncrana
Kate is a qualified jeweller and diamond grader, mum to a busy toddler and shares the reins at the helm of Callaghan Jewellers Main Street Buncranna.
She credits her upbringing and experience of travelling worldwide to her commitment to the family business. Her global exposure leaves her more open to future changes and opportunities in the industry, especially in e commerce and online sales.
Callaghan Jewellers is a 3rd generation family run business and celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Each generation added to the fibre of its being and what Callaghan Jewellers means to its loyal customers.
Kate told us…
“The store enjoys strong footfall and a brilliant atmosphere within a very close knit and supportive community. In the shop we are very much a family, with great support systems in place and encouragement for everyone to grow. Our staff are vital to the overall success of our business.”
Brendan Callaghan, Kate’s dad, the well known face behind the brand over the decades is still there guiding Kate ,supporting the changes and business decisions she makes in a new and constantly changing retail landscape.
During lockdown current fitness and digital trends have seen impressive sales of Smart watches online at https://callaghanjewellers.com/ and connecting and building relationships online with the Irish Diaspora has opened up a new market to the extended Irish community worldwide.
Kate Callaghan is a modern business women with community values, her business acumen, warmth, personality and vision for the future shine through and there is no doubt Callaghan Jewellers will continue to grow over the next 60 years to a warm and engaging community both locally and online.
Kate’s Top Tips
- Follow your instinct, regardless of trends, if you believe it is not right for you or your business, don’t do it.
- Bring your own authentic brand and personality through in your marketing and share your story with your local, national and international followers.
- Online and e-commerce is now part of our present and our future but never forget that in business people buy from people.
- Continue to support others and work together for community growth.