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Less than ten per cent of retail employers plan pay increases in 2013

Retail Excellence Ireland, the largest retail industry trade body in Ireland, has published a new Retail Industry Labour Pay Rate Intentions survey which found that fewer than 10 per cent of retailers are planning pay increases in 2013.

Castlebar store awarded National Lottery Retail Store title

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Casey’s Centra of Castlebar received the National Lottery Retail Store award at the C-Store Awards, hosted in Dublin recently by leading retail industry magazine ShelfLife.

Time to re-Joyce — Celebrations as Joyce’s Knocknacarra scoops industry award

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Joyce’s Supermarket Knocknacarra is celebrating after it was recognised for the high quality of its food at the annual Checkout magazine’s Best in Fresh awards on July 24.

Seven Galway businesses to be rewarded at Top 100 stores ceremony

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.

Taoiseach asks Mayo retailers if they are ‘Top of the Shops’

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.

Born Clothing - where style, great prices, and service combine to create a true shopping experience

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Since opening its doors more than two years ago Born Clothing in Newtownsmith has grown from strength to strength, quickly gaining a reputation as a true shopping destination, offering its customers not only the latest fashions at affordable prices but also tasty culinary delights and beautiful views at its trendy cafe.

A century of service at Grace’s Londis Loughrea

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As the store edges towards a landmark centenary celebration, Grace’s Londis in Loughrea recently revealed their revamped store. The exterior has undergone a substantial makeover, with a new shop front and signage. The painters have also been in, and the end result is a beautiful premises which takes pride of place on Dunkellin Street.

Cunningham Higgins becomes another casualty of Ireland’s financial mess

The prolonged recession and lack of government support has been cited as the reasons for the closure of a city based car dealership.

Rate of decline in retail sales increases to six per cent

Irish retail sales levels continued to fall in the second quarter of 2011 according to Retail Excellence Ireland’s (REI) Irish Retail Industry Performance Review Q2 2011.

Rate of decline in retail sales increases to six per cent

Irish retail sales levels continued to fall in the second quarter of 2011 according to Retail Excellence Ireland’s (REI) Irish Retail Industry Performance Review Q2 2011.

 

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