German discount retailer Aldi have announced plans to invest $3.4bn (€3bn) in their US operations. The announcement comes as rival retailer Lidl open their first US stores this week.
Global makeup brand Urban Decay have released the official opening date for their first Irish store. T
SuperValu have retained the top spot in the battle of the grocery giants with Tesco overtaking Dunnes for second place.
Regatta Great Outdoors plan to open new stores nationwide, creating 100 jobs. The new stores will be in Galway, Dublin and Waterford
The top four brands in the country are Avonmore in at number one followed in second place by Brennan’s, Denny in third, and then Jacob’s
Nearly 20,000 jobs were created within the Irish economy in the first three months of 2017 as employment growth in Ireland continues to accelerate.
Irish consumers made the most of Easter this year, buying nearly 100,000 chocolate eggs, increasing their Easter spend by €3million
Research finds consumers expect more from in-store technology within Irish retailers with over half saying it directly affects store loyalty
the Card Factory has announced plans to open 50 new stores in Ireland. The planned stores will be opened over the next three years
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