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JBM MERIT, based in Claregalway, scooped the award for Best Retail Technology Supplier in Ireland at the National Award Ceremony last week.
Cuffe’s Centra was named as a finalist for Best Convenience Store in Ireland for Hygiene and Food Safety. Cuffe’s Centra is an independent, family owned business. The store employs a dedicated, locally sourced team of 36 people which prides itself on creating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and providing the highest quality of produce. The Black Tie event, which celebrates the highest standards of quality and excellence in Irish business, was held at The Double Tree by Hilton in Dublin and was attended by The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and was presented by Irish opera singer and TV personality Carol Anne Lowe.
It is an exciting week for the town of Headford as the new-look Joyce’s Supermarket opens its doors for the first time tomorrow at 11am.
Thirteen Centra stores throughout Westmeath are celebrating Centra’s biggest product launch in its 34-year history this week. Ireland’s leading convenience retailer officially launched its bright new own brand range of over 900 products. The range will be available through Centra’s 460 store network, representing an €8 million investment for the brand.
Retailers across the country were recognised for their outstanding contribution to fresh food at Checkout Magazine’s “Best in Fresh” awards last Tuesday, and there was cause for celebration for one Galway store. The event saw hundreds of stores across Ireland audited by independent judges and Joyce’s Supermarket in Knocknacarra was awarded the title of Best Non–Affiliated Retailer in Ireland. According to the judging panel, Joyce’s offer the best fresh food offering, with a large selection of the freshest food sourced from many local suppliers. The fresh food team were commended for their passion and knowledge of the food.
Cash Convenience based on 54 John Street is a modern-day buy, sell, and loan store, retailing everything from jewellery to iPods, computers, mobile phones, hi-fi systems, cameras, and most items of value.
The opening of a Costcutter Express convenience store bang in the middle of Main Street, Castlebar, has proved a big hit for business man Pat Staunton.
Retailers are to agree on a voluntary code of practice for the display of alcohol in shops, according to Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary.
Shopkeepers across Carlow and Kilkeny have spoken out about new laws governing the sale of tobacco in the country claiming that it is going to affect their business.
Forecourt and convenience retailers throughout Mayo are finding growth opportunities and are still showing their motivation despite facing the most demanding of economic conditions.