Entrepreneur picks up award for Most Improved Business

By Maurice Garvey

AN entrepreneur based in Terenure has picked an award for Ireland’s most improved business.

Marsha Abrahams, operates the global brand of Juliette Armand Beauty in Terenure Enterprise Centre.

She won the accolade at the recent Local Enterprise Office Dublin City Women in Business awards ceremony in the Mansion House.

Pauline Logan LEO Dub City Women in Biz Mary McSweeney LEO Dub City Marsha Abrahams

The Juliette Armand Skincare range is based on innovative ingredients and technology that offers targeted skin solutions for all skin types and can treat a wide variety of skin problems and concerns. All product ranges do not contain chemicals and are parabens free, mineral oil free, propylene glycol free, silicon free and allergen free.

Terenure Enterprise Centre said in a post: “Congratulations to Terenure’s Marsha Abrahams of the new brand ‘Juliette Armand Beauty’ based in TEC, who took home the LEO award for the most improved business.

“Well done Marsha, all this hidden talent in Terenure. Good luck with your business in the future upward and onwards.”

Marsha’s professional skincare products have appeared on TV3 show Expose.

She thanked the centre for their support and said she “loves being based in Terenure.”

Juliette Armand opened in Terenure in January 2015, and operates in 19 other countries.

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