What and Who is the French Market of Ireland?

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The French Market of Ireland is a business registered in the Republic of Ireland

To know more about its, we invite you to browse the following two sections: Disclaimer and French Market History.

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Arno Gaultier
M.Sc. Innovation - your Street Market Designer

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Originally from Anjou, freshly graduated (M.Sc. in Innovation following a B.Sc. in Biology), Arno moved to Ireland in 2002. Aged 29, as a young entrepreneur, he established a company focused on the import and distribution of wines & food.

As a trader, Arno had taken part in casual trading with Wine, Terrine, Foie Gras, Bread & Pastries over 5 years (Fairy House Market 2002, Traditional French Market 2005, Le Marché de France 2007).

Over few months, he had offered his service as Coordinator & Consultant for "Le Marché de France" de Marie Lasne, from May to August 2007. In September 2007, leaving le Marché de France before its incorporation, he decided to focus on the development of A Inno Info, its Innovation Consultancy firm (www.AInno.Info).

In 2009, bringing together his experience in Innovation & Casual Trading . Arno officially launched The French Market of Ireland in July, thanks to the high Google ranking of our website www.FrenchMarket.ie!

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The French Market of Ireland is fully independant of any other French Markets which have ever visited Ireland. These includes more especially:

the Traditional French Market of Mr. Philippe Legrand,
Le Marché de France of Ms Marie Lasne
Le Marché de France European Markets Limited , whom Directors were Ms. Marie Lasne and Mr. Patrick Champot.

Those three entities have now all ceased trading in Ireland as of 10/09/2010.

Le Marché de France European Markets Limited has officially ceased trading as "this company" has been dissolved by the Companies Registration Office (CRO) on the 10/09/2010 as a consequence of an involuntary strick-off .

To know about more those different entities, please read the chapter "French Markets in Ireland" in the History Section.