The idea of setting up and running your own business was very much in Blayne Shaw’s blood and DNA.
he Bangor man spent his formative years working in his parents’ own fashion business, and through that experience, learned on the job what’s required to go it alone.
“My parents run a business and I always had my own ambition to do my own thing,” he said. “I started my business about a year and half ago.
“I’d always wanted to do it. They have been going for 20-25 years and after seeing that business start from our front living room, to now having a warehouse in the US – that was quite inspiring and something I wanted to do.”
Blayne set up Lane 44 after seeing razor products in the marketplace, and a move away from disposable products and those containing a lot of plastic.
The company produces eco-friendly safety …