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Fallers Jewellers has been announced as one of the top 100 stores in Ireland in the prestigious Retail Excellence Ireland Awards.
Amost 3,000 meals of surplus food from Tesco stores in Westmeath have been donated to local charities across the county since the roll-out of its FoodCloud partnership last July.
Retail Excellence Ireland has launched Small Business Saturday in Ireland. This is a campaign which profiles small business and encourages consumers to shop locally and support jobs and enterprises in their respective communities. It is a social media and marketing campaign that provides local businesses with the collateral that they need to inform consumers on the power of their local spend.
There are two Westmeath finalists in this year’s REI Awards.
It is an exciting week for the town of Headford as the new-look Joyce’s Supermarket opens its doors for the first time tomorrow at 11am.
Grace’s Londis Plus store has been a long-standing fixture at the centre of Loughrea’s retail industry on Dunkellin Street, providinig an excellent and comprehensive service to the local community for many years.
Two leading Irish entrepreneurs, Niall Harbison of Simply Zesty and Seamus McCann of Astec Global, are to address the annual GMIT Spirit of Entrepreneurship seminar in the GMIT Mayo campus on Monday September 16, as part of Mayo Ideas Week.
In a shock announcement this week it was revealed that Marks & Spencer, Mullingar would cease to trade, with the loss of 54 full and part-time jobs.
The Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will be in Mayo County Council Offices in Castlebar next Monday, April 22, from 9.30am to 11.30am as it resumes its series of regional meetings on key issues facing the retail industry, particularly the impact of the black market, licensing requirements in the retail sector and future developments in the sector.
Retail Excellence Ireland, Ireland’s largest retail group, has this week condemned the government for not doing enough to stimulate the domestic economy and, in particular, the retail industry in Ireland.