At BOBOLU our mission is to inspire.
We believe passionately in the power of words. That’s why we’ve created a range of products that incorporate positive quotations and empowering affirmations.
Designed to awaken optimism and encourage growth and expansion, these products are the ideal way to enhance your home or office.
Our wish for you is that, here at BOBOLU, you will find the perfect gift for yourself or others.
BOBOLU was set up by Trish and Sean Gallagher. Both are strong believers in the power of words to both uplift and inspire. In particular, they love quotations and positive affirmations as a way to develop and maintain self-belief, determination and a positive mental attitude.
In addition to their commitment to positive living, both bring a mix of experience and expertise to their new venture.
Trish started her career in the leisure industry teaching sailing and adventure sports before going on to run her own business in the food & hospitality sector. Having also trained in beauty, she worked in business development for more than a decade with global cosmetic brand, L’Oréal. In recent years Trish has devoted her time to their two young children, Bobby and Lucy.
The name BOBOLU was chosen as a combination of their names, both of which are a continuous source of love and inspiration to the couple.
Sean is well-known entrepreneur, business writer and speaker on the topics of personal growth and business development. A former investor on the popular TV series, Dragon’s Den (Shark Tank in the USA), he has, over the past 20 years, mentored hundreds of start-ups and emerging businesses. Having trained with America’s No 1 Coach and author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series; Jack Canfield, he has in recent years, been invited to coach and mentor with Jack on his private retreats in both Europe and the US.
A strong believer in the power of positive stories, Sean’s book ‘Secrets to Success – Inspiring Stories from Leading Entrepreneurs’, is a compilation of features from successful business owners which he has written about in his weekly column in the Sunday Independent over the past 6 years.