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#Retail

# retail - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC 'When it’s your name over the door, you tend to take things personally' Insights

'When it’s your name over the door, you tend to take things personally'

This retailer reveals how eBay helped his Donegal department store cut its teeth in e-commerce.

Grafton Street is going to become an even pricier place to set up shop

The street is already one of the world’s most expensive strips on which to rent.

From Business ETC Grafton Street is going to become an even pricier place to set up shop Retail

Grafton Street is going to become an even pricier place to set up shop

The street is already one of the world’s most expensive strips on which to rent.

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# retail - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

From Business ETC Meet the Dublin jeweller who travels the world in search of flawless diamonds Retail

Meet the Dublin jeweller who travels the world in search of flawless diamonds

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile John Brereton jewellers.

# retail - Monday 28 November, 2016

From Business ETC Ireland is about to have its busiest-ever day for online shopping Internet

Ireland is about to have its busiest-ever day for online shopping

Spending by Irish consumers on Cyber Monday is expected to hit €53 million this year.

# retail - Saturday 26 November, 2016

The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online

Breege O’Donoghue, who worked at the clothing chain for 37 years, also shared her career highlights.

# retail - Friday 25 November, 2016

How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday

Irish sellers should try to win the war on service – and play the ‘shop local’ card.

From Business ETC How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday Retail

How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday

Irish sellers should try to win the war on service – and play the ‘shop local’ card.

# retail - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From Business ETC The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online Internet

The woman who helped build Primark reveals why the store doesn't sell online

Breege O’Donoghue, who worked at the clothing chain for 37 years, also shared her career highlights.

# retail - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

Supermac's is raking in the cash as profits more than double to €12m

Owner Pat McDonagh and wife Una netted a major windfall during the year.

From Business ETC Supermac's is raking in the cash as profits more than double to €12m Food And Drink

Supermac's is raking in the cash as profits more than double to €12m

Owner Pat McDonagh and wife Una netted a major windfall during the year.

From Business ETC 'The recession was a great time to start – we had a pick of locations to set up shop' Insights

'The recession was a great time to start – we had a pick of locations to set up shop'

After running a Spar franchise, this retailer decided to put bakeries back in vogue.

# retail - Monday 21 November, 2016

Dunnes Stores is officially Ireland's most popular supermarket

The store leapfrogged SuperValu as it was boosted by a promotional ‘shop and save’ campaign.

From Business ETC Dunnes Stores is officially Ireland's most popular supermarket Retail

Dunnes Stores is officially Ireland's most popular supermarket

The store leapfrogged SuperValu as it was boosted by a promotional ‘shop and save’ campaign.

Irish retailers are going big on Black Friday, but is it worth the hype?

Last year Longford was the first town to go all out for the sales frenzy, however this year it’s not alone.

# retail - Saturday 19 November, 2016

From Business ETC Irish retailers are going big on Black Friday, but is it worth the hype? Retail

Irish retailers are going big on Black Friday, but is it worth the hype?

Last year Longford was the first town to go all out for the sales frenzy, however this year it’s not alone.

# retail - Friday 18 November, 2016

From Business ETC Golden Discs will set up shop in Tesco stores across Ireland Media And Arts

Golden Discs will set up shop in Tesco stores across Ireland

The retailer, which operates 14 of its own stores, will open concessions in 80 supermarkets.

Golden Discs is moving into 80 Tesco stores

Golden Discs currently operates 14 stores around Ireland and employs over 150 people.

# retail - Wednesday 16 November, 2016

From Business ETC Climbing rents push Grafton St up the list of the world's most expensive shopping strips Retail

Climbing rents push Grafton St up the list of the world's most expensive shopping strips

But space in Ireland’s premier retail zone is still a bargain compared to many international destinations.

Grafton Street is the 13th most expensive main street to rent on in the world

The cost per square metre per year is now €3,327.

# retail - Monday 14 November, 2016

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think Ireland should cultivate its own cannabis industry? Retail This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Ireland should cultivate its own cannabis industry?

Most Irish people are in favour of medicinal marijuana.

# retail - Sunday 13 November, 2016

From Business ETC Supermarkets' obsession with perfect produce is causing massive food waste Retail

Supermarkets' obsession with perfect produce is causing massive food waste

The UN said the world’s hungry could be fed with the amount of food discarded.

# retail - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

From Business ETC American Apparel's flagship Dublin store is going into liquidation Retail

American Apparel's flagship Dublin store is going into liquidation

The company has already filed for bankruptcy in the US.

# retail - Saturday 5 November, 2016

Irish vape businesses are already mobilising against any planned e-cigarette ban

The World Health Organisation could call for tighter controls on the products after a conference next week.

From Business ETC Irish vape businesses step up lobbying as the spectre of an indoor e-cigarette ban looms Retail

Irish vape businesses step up lobbying as the spectre of an indoor e-cigarette ban looms

The World Health Organisation could call for tighter controls on the products after a conference next week.

# retail - Friday 4 November, 2016

From Business ETC Falling sales of books, hardware and fuel are leading to a retail slowdown Retail

Falling sales of books, hardware and fuel are leading to a retail slowdown

New CSO data indicated the lowest annual volume of retail sales in almost three years.

# retail - Tuesday 1 November, 2016

From Business ETC 'The IMF came to Ireland the day before we opened... it was a great time to start a business' Insights

'The IMF came to Ireland the day before we opened... it was a great time to start a business'

This entrepreneur left furniture design behind to open her very own shop.

# retail - Monday 31 October, 2016

From Business ETC Poll: Are you worried about cross-border shopping? Retail This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about cross-border shopping?

Halloween is over, but some retailers still expect to be in for a fright.

# retail - Sunday 30 October, 2016

Former Clerys CEO: 'Faced with the same choice, I would still sell the store'

PJ Timmins was Clerys CEO when it went into receivership and was sold to US firm Gordon Bros in 2012.

# retail - Saturday 29 October, 2016

From Business ETC Former Clerys CEO: 'Faced with the same choice, I would still sell the store' Retail

Former Clerys CEO: 'Faced with the same choice, I would still sell the store'

PJ Timmins was Clerys CEO when it went into receivership and was sold to US firm Gordon Bros in 2012.

# retail - Friday 28 October, 2016

GameStop Ireland plans to cash in on pop-culture hype with a new shop for 'nerds'

The retailer will open one of the first ThinkGeek-branded store outside the US in Dublin.

# retail - Thursday 27 October, 2016

From Business ETC GameStop Ireland plans to cash in on pop-culture hype with a new shop for 'nerds' Retail

GameStop Ireland plans to cash in on pop-culture hype with a new shop for 'nerds'

The retailer will open one of the first ThinkGeek-branded store outside the US in Dublin.

# retail - Tuesday 25 October, 2016

From Business ETC Bric-a-brac retailer Tiger Ireland saw its turnover soar last year Retail

Bric-a-brac retailer Tiger Ireland saw its turnover soar last year

Profits are also up half a million at the subsidiary of the Danish design company.

# retail - Monday 24 October, 2016

Dunnes leapfrogs Tesco to become Ireland's second largest supermarket

New stats show 22% of Irish grocery shoppers do their spending in Dunnes.

From Business ETC Dunnes leapfrogs Tesco to become Ireland's second largest supermarket Retail

Dunnes leapfrogs Tesco to become Ireland's second largest supermarket

New stats show 22% of Irish grocery shoppers do their spending in Dunnes.

# retail - Saturday 22 October, 2016

'I started with a programming book that cost 40 quid. Now we sell to 25 countries'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Irish car parts site MicksGarage.

# retail - Friday 21 October, 2016

From Business ETC Healthy fast food chain Chopped set to open first store outside of Dublin Retail

Healthy fast food chain Chopped set to open first store outside of Dublin

The company will hire 120 new staff to work across six new outlets.

# retail - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

From Business ETC 'I started with a programming book that cost 40 quid. Now we sell to 25 countries' Internet

'I started with a programming book that cost 40 quid. Now we sell to 25 countries'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Irish car parts site MicksGarage.

# retail - Thursday 13 October, 2016

Lyons tea, Lynx and Hellman's among the Irish brands at risk of Brexit supply shortage

Super Valu has confirmed that a price dispute over sterling has spread to Ireland.

From Business ETC SuperValu warns of supply shortages after Unilever's Brexit pricing row spreads to Ireland Food And Drink

SuperValu warns of supply shortages after Unilever's Brexit pricing row spreads to Ireland

The grocery manufacturer owns many of the country’s best-known consumer brands.

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