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New car and commercial sales up in April

Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show new car registrations in April were up 21 per cent (9,471) on the same month last year.

Citroen's expanded range is award winning

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In 2014 Citroen and DS sold 2,259 new cars and LCVs in Ireland, delivering a sales increase of 18.6 per cent on 2013, in part due to its growing range of award-winning products.

Baby steps to help you through career fog

Q: I’ve been doing the same job for the past 25 years - retail sales. I was reared in it and about 15 years ago I inherited the family shop. It’s all I know, and, to be honest, I am very happy doing it. But it’s fairly obvious my business is going downhill in these difficult times and I’m thinking about going before I am shoved, so to speak. But I have no idea what I might do next, and no clue where to start. Any tips - and I mean ‘early-stage’ stuff, not advanced? Baby steps. (DR, email)

CPM calls for candidates to fill full-time positions

Outsourced sales solutions company CPM has announced further good news for the Irish jobseeker with an additional 31 jobs available throughout Ireland, a number of which are available in the Meath and Westmeath regions.

Centra’s new own brand range supporting Mayo suppliers

Centra, one of Ireland’s leading convenience retailers, is helping to boost the Irish economy through its recently launched Own Brand range of 900 products. One hundred and ten of the 150 suppliers who produce this innovative range are Irish, with two of these suppliers coming from Mayo. The Mayo companies are O’Hara’s Bakery and William Carr & Sons Limited.

Centra’s new own brand range supporting Mayo suppliers

Centra, one of Ireland’s leading convenience retailers, is helping to boost the Irish economy through its recently launched Own Brand range of 900 products. One hundred and ten of the 150 suppliers who produce this innovative range are Irish, with two of these suppliers coming from Mayo. The Mayo companies are O’Hara’s Bakery and William Carr & Sons Limited.

Retail Excellence Ireland says Government not doing enough to stimulate the economy

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.

Drop in consumer sentiment due to pressures on household finances

Retail Excellence Ireland, Ireland’s largest industry trade body, said that it was disappointed with the drop in consumer sentiment in February 2013. The latest KBC Ireland/ESRI Consumer Sentiment Index stood at 59.4 in February, down from 64.2 recorded in January.

Athlone supplier to join SuperValu’s Christmas range

Family-run business Oliver Carty Ltd of Monksland, Athlone has been selected to supply a selection of products as part of the new SuperValu Own Brand Christmas range. The new range has been created by celebrated Irish chef, Kevin Dundon, in conjunction with a range of SuperValu’s Irish suppliers, and will create 22 new jobs and generate €841,000 in retail sales for Irish suppliers.

Irish retailers predict a drop in Christmas trading

Irish retailers are predicting a drop of -0.47 per cent in Christmas 2012 trading, according to a survey published by Retail Excellence Ireland (REI), Ireland’s largest retail industry trade body.

 

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