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Retail Excellence, the largest retail organisation in Ireland, is today calling for targeted solutions for retailers in Budget 2019. In an increasingly boundary-less retail environment the representative body are seeking additional online supports and tax fairness measures to protect retailers from the onslaught of cheap, non-European imports.
Retail Excellence, the largest retail representative body, has announced that cyber sales this year increased by 20 per cent to 60 per cent when compared to the same period in 2016.
Some 43 per cent of Irish consumers have at one stage intentionally avoided a shop that did not have card or contactless payment facilities, according to a new survey by card payment provider BOI Payment Acceptance (BOIPA).
The European Consumer Centre Network (ECC-Net) has called for consumers to be aware that when they are booking holidays online the initial price indicated is not always the final price, and to take measures to avoid surprises.
The curious position that Mayo County Council has found itself in, having to deal with banks and developers in relation to the issue of bonds for essential works that have to be carried out on housing estates before they are taken in control by the council, cropped up at a meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District this week.
Irish shoppers are set to spend an estimated €1.59 billion on Christmas this year, according to new research by ecommerce partner Webloyalty.
Going hybrid and offering the best of both real and virtual worlds, is one way that Irish retailers could boost sales and meet the changing needs of their diverse customer base. That’s the advice from leading digital agency FCDM. By combining their extensive e-commerce experience, which has seen them boost online sales for companies across Ireland, the UK, US and the Middle East, with their hands on team of digital marketing experts, the team at FCDM, hope to help medium sized Irish retailers adapt to the changing retail landscape.