Search Results for 'Tesco Ireland'

24 results found.

Westmeath locals contribute €12,760 to Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society and Tesco Ireland announced that Tesco stores across Westmeath raised an amazing €12,760 which will go towards the rollout of the society’s Care to Drive service.

Westport store manager gets UK and Ireland award

The manager of a Westport retail multinational has been announced as Manager of the Year for the UK and Ireland.

GMIT conference to focus on the best of the construction industry

A conference to mark the first international construction management day will be hosted by the GMIT Department of Building & Civil Engineering at GMIT’s Dublin Road campus, Galway, on Monday next March 14. The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and the Construction Management Associations of America (CMMA), Japan (CMAJ) and Korea (CMAK) promote International Construction Management Day.

Ninety new jobs for Mayo

Tesco Ireland is to create 90 jobs in the Swinford area after its announcement on Wednesday that it intends to invest €113 million in the country with the creation of a total of 748 new jobs. Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary welcomed the news which is of “significant benefit to the local economy”.

Tesco to take on Aldi and Lidl

Over the weekend Tesco unveiled a new line of low cost goods aimed at taking on Aldi and Lidl.

Tesco in strategic move with new low cost product range

Tesco has taken a new strategic position in the retail market and has announced the launch of a new look, low cost product range designed to bring new competition for Irish consumers.

Tesco in strategic move with new low cost product range

Tesco has taken a new strategic position in the retail market and has announced the launch of a new look, low cost product range designed to bring new competition for Irish consumers.

Mayo sports stars ready to Run to Africa

Playing for Life was founded by well-known sportswoman and broadcaster Tracy Piggott following a visit to Ethiopia in 2004. Tracy was determined to set up a project that would use sport as a tool to help young people in some of the world’s poorest places, since sport has always played such a huge part in her own life.

Mayo’s shoppers to help break world record

This week Tesco Ireland announced that it will attempt to break a Guinness world record by creating the largest candle lit image ever recorded — successfully lighting 25,000 LED tea lights in the shape of the Disney character Donald Duck on Guinness World Record Day, November 13.

Mayo Business Award finalists announced

The Mayo Chambers are pleased to announce that the adjudicators have confirmed the finalists in each category of the Mayo Business Awards 2008 in association with Bord Gáis Networks. The awards ceremony will take place on Friday November 21 in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, where the winners and runners up will be announced. The finalists are as follows:

 

Page generated in 0.0470 seconds.