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If there were ever an entity that required absolutely no introduction, then chances are, it would be Amazon. At risk, then, of waxing lyrical, Amazon is (at the time of writing) a trillion dollar, multinational retailer and cloud services supplier. From TV and movie streaming, to ensuring that we get our books and gadgets delivered within twenty-four hours of placing that impulse order, this giant represents a defining face of what it means to live and work within the twenty-first century.
Longford-Westmeath Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Deputy Robert Troy, has issued a reminder to Irish consumers about the new arrangements now in place for online retail under the recently concluded Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the UK.
Over the last week we have seen people back on the streets as some businesses have been able to open post the latest lockdown. This is a crucial period for the city, and in particular for retailers and hospitality businesses. Thus, this week we are going to look at the city centre, and in particular retail and office space. We will start with the important figures but we will then try to get behind these numbers and look at the trends.
A semblance of retail normality pervaded at Athlone Town Centre on Monday morning last as customers graced the popular pristine malls, many for the initial time, following the decision taken by the Government to amend the Roadmap to Recovery for Businesses and Society and allow enclosed shopping facilities to reopen enabling a boost to the local economy.
"If we fail to protect businesses in Galway it will have far-reaching consequences. Not only will the economy and jobs be impacted, but we can kiss good-bye to a vibrant city centre populated with diverse independent and international stores."
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Longford/Westmeath Deputy, Robert Troy, has appealed to retailers not to use the COVID-19 crisis as an excuse to take advantage of consumers.
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, has published its Christmas Retail Monitor 2018 that predicts the Irish household will spend an average of €2,690 in shops this December, approximately €866 more than any other month of this year and roughly three percent more than Christmas 2017.
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.
Hard to believe that it’s been a decade since Galway was treated to B&Q — the massive store at the Gateway Retail Park in Knocknacarra celebrates its tenth birthday next weekend, and every visit makes you realise what a moveable feast this amazing store is.