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Retail Ireland, the group that represents the Irish retail sector, this week published the results of a survey of member companies and called for measures to improve consumer confidence and domestic demand in the forthcoming Budget.
During these challenging times, it is becoming more and more important to get the best value for your euro, and not to waste money on items that you don’t want.
When it comes to Christmas shopping, who would have thought teachers are the biggest penny-pinchers, that teenagers hate the whole experience, and that men are bigger planners than women. But predictably, people who work in the charity and volunteer sector are the most generous Christmas shoppers and pensioners are the greatest planners with lots of time on their hands!
Bookkeeper Eamon Ward gives helpful suggestions on how small to medium businesses can gain valuable customers in a month
* Do not leave hitting the shops until the last minute. They are quieter in the morning and everything will be nicely arranged.
The deadline for the Mayo Business Awards has been extended to Friday October 3. There has been a great level of interest to date in the awards and the standard of enquiries so far is very high.
Reaffirming its reputation as an automotive leader in sales satisfaction in the US, Jaguar North America has achieved the top ranking in the JD Power and Associates 2008 Sales Satisfaction Index Study.
September is a busy time and of course an expensive time. The summer holidays are over - if not quite paid for! The kids are back to school, there have been books, shoes, uniforms and stationary to buy, and yes, it takes its toll on the family bank account.
Last Tuesday Burgess department store hosted a Christmas shopping evening with up to 20 per cent off everything instore and some leading brands reduced to half price.