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Jobs at the Castlebar Cost Plus Sofas megastore in Castlebar, which opened in 2011, may be under threat following a statement from the company on Wednesday that it is restructuring the business which will involve the closure of many stores.
The Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will be in Mayo County Council Offices in Castlebar next Monday, April 22, from 9.30am to 11.30am as it resumes its series of regional meetings on key issues facing the retail industry, particularly the impact of the black market, licensing requirements in the retail sector and future developments in the sector.
Retail Excellence Ireland, Ireland’s largest retail group, has this week condemned the government for not doing enough to stimulate the domestic economy and, in particular, the retail industry in Ireland.
Colleran auctioneers is offering a rare opportunity to lease a prominent retail unit in the heart of the city centre.
Power and Associates has leased Unit K6 Eyre Square Centre, a 106sq ft retail kiosk unit, to Candyland, the confectionery operator, which is now open for business.
Liam Coady, store manager for Nestors Supervalu Oranmore received the prestigious award of Manager of the Year at the Retail Excellence Ireland Awards held in Galway last weekend.
Retail Excellence Ireland, Ireland’s largest retail industry body, has just announced the Top100 stores in Ireland and seven of these are located in Galway, where the awards ceremony will be held this winter.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has called on retailers to see who is ‘top of the shops’ as he launched the Retail Excellence Ireland Awards 2012 this week.
In some ways, shopping has become a lazy exercise. We do not need to stir from the sofa to get the hottest trends into our wardrobes. It’s raining, it’s cold, you need something to wear for your best friends’ birthday next Saturday but you could not bear the elements. No rain gear will do. The simple solution – open the laptop and get every designer and high street store style on your lap. But, we have to be conscious of a few things.
Dividends anticipated from ongoing intense investment by our government in attracting further tourism business to Ireland, may serve little purpose if there is nothing to keep people here when they come. While beautiful scenery and glorious outdoors have much to offer in their own right, without open doors in shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels to welcome those weary and seeking comfort following excursions, the allure of holidaying in Ireland may soon be lost.