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Athlone Towncentre is celebrating its 10th birthday this week.
Meet the newest addition to the Galway, the lovely smelling Francis’ Soap Shop located in Unit 11 Corbett Court Shopping Center, Williamsgeate St, Galway.
Agri Aware, the independent Irish agri-food educational body, is asking shoppers to think local and support Irish farmers and food producers when purchasing food for the festive season.
There’s a new shoe shop with a difference in Athlone. If you like to relax and take your time while shopping, then newly opened shop Take Your Time is a must visit!
Irish shoppers are set to spend an estimated €1.59 billion on Christmas this year, according to new research by ecommerce partner Webloyalty.
The Castlebar founder of an online retail website has called on Mayo people to try to support Irish businesses and jobs this Christmas when they shop on the internet.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny launched a brand new Mayo based shopping website Trafficattic.com this week in the Castlebar Chamber of Commerce. Trafficattic.com is an online shopping community for local businesses across Ireland to sell and promote their products, at home and abroad. Trafficattic.com provides the consumer with a one-stop shop to purchase a wide variety of products from categories such as beauty products, clothing, DIY, wedding stationery, homewares and much, much more from local business in Ireland direct to their door.
An innovative, new website, developed by a husband and wife team from Mayo, is aiming to help local businesses reach the growing number of people who are shopping online.
All4Baby is a family owned and operated business. Parents and entrepreneurs Robin Bickford and Mary Lyng have two young children Aeveen and Aaron. Becoming new parents and all the associated experiences led them to opening their own nursery store in 2010, with the aim of simplifying the whole area of shopping for your baby.
According to Retail Excellence Ireland (REI), Ireland’s largest retail industry trade body, Christmas 2012 saw an increase in the number of consumers out shopping and early figures indicate that sales are up overall when compared to Christmas 2011.