Inside special Late Late Show which will focus on Irish produce and Christmas gift ideas

THE Late Late Show has an additional special episode which will focus on Irish produce and Christmas gift ideas.

Viewers will be treated to a Taking Care of Business special on Friday night that will feature small and medium-sized businesses.

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This week’s Late Late Show will focus on Irish businesses
Aimee will talk about her make-up brand

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Aimee will talk about her make-up brand

Host Ryan Tubridy launched a nationwide call in October for Irish small and medium-sized businesses to apply for a chance to be featured on the show.

Hundreds of companies responded to our call with their best pitches from across the country.

The Late Late Show will once again welcome select business owners who have previously appeared on the Taking Care of Business special to share the impact it has had on their businesses.

On this week’s show, viewers will see 16 Irish entrepreneurs who have been selected from all over the country and showcase their products.

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These courageous innovators will demonstrate tenacity and ingenuity.

Sculpted by Aimee’s Aimee Connolly will be on the show to talk about how her part-time job in the studio helped her build a multi-million dollar business.

Award-winning architectural designer Hugh Wallace will present a range of cutting-edge Irish design products for the home.

Professor Luke O’Neil will champion some innovative technology products and also discuss his enduring love of science and what makes us human.

Anna Haugh, one of Ireland’s greatest culinary talents, will introduce viewers to amazing Irish food products.

She will also talk about the opening of her new pop-up restaurant in Dublin and her role as a new judge on MasterChef: The Professionals.

The Late Late Show will be dedicated to promoting the best that Irish business has to offer across various sectors and will showcase a host of products from dozens of other Irish businesses throughout the show.

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Three deserving companies will each be surprised with a prize of €15,000 as well as plenty of surprises and familiar faces on the night.

The show will also have music from 21-year-old pianist Jamie Duffy of Co Monaghan, after becoming an overnight sensation on TikTok with his composition Solas.


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