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Huge scoop for Thérapie

Wednesday, 4th December, 2019 5:17pm

A brother and sister duo have landed serious recognition for their business. CEO Philip McGlade and Managing Director Katie McGlade have seen their company Thérapie ranked as the best company to work for in Ireland, according to data released by global job site, Indeed.

The Top Rated Companies is a ranking of the best places to work both overall and across individual categories as determined by reviews left by visitors to Indeed on individual company pages.

Founded by Paul McGlade, co-founder of Champion Sports and Optilase eye surgery, Thérapie Clinic first opened its doors almost 20 years ago becoming one of Europe’s leading providers of laser and aesthetic treatments.

Thérapie currently has 35 clinics open across the UK and Ireland and will be opening a further seven clinics before March 2020. Thérapie is also the biggest provider of Botox, fillers and laser hair removal in Ireland and the UK, with over 250,000 existing clients. Specialising in laser hair removal, skin treatments, Botox, fillers and fat freezing, Thérapie has a treatment for all cosmetic needs and have carried out over two million treatments across Ireland and the UK thus far.

CEO Phillip McGlade said: “I am honoured and proud that Therapie Clinic has been ranked as the best company to work for in Ireland. This recognition has been the most rewarding for me in my career to date. Business is all about people and we try every day to treat our people as one big family, as we are a family business. A family made up of over 500 incredible employees.”

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