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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.
Local families and children in Athlone have just under two weeks to donate their pre-loved toys to the Argos Toy Exchange in support of local charities, which ends on November 25.
Aurivo, the globally focused agri-business based in the West of Ireland, has this week elected its chairman and vice chairman for 2014/15. Tom Cunniffe from Barney in Breaffy, Castlebar was elected as the chairman of the co-operative and Michael Brennan was elected vice chairman.
The Royal Theatre Castlebar has new owners after hotel management and property companies, Islandeady Properties and Lansdowne Frances, agreed to purchase the properties. The acquisition includes The Royal Theatre, The Ruby Room, Mayo Conference Centre, TF Hotel, Harlequin Hotel (4 star), multi storey car park, and The Royal Quarter Retail Area incorporating Boots Chemists and other various retail stores, The Mosaic and other car parks.
Islandeady Properties and Lansdowne Francs are to acquire The Royal Theatre, hotels, and The Royal Quarter retail area from Andrew O’Leary and Kieran Wallace, KPMG in a move announced today.
Shareholders of Connacht Gold have endorsed a proposal to change the name of the co-operative to Aurivo Co-operative Society Ltd.
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.
Ireland’s largest retail industry trade body has expressed its support of the Government’s plans to abolish upward only rent review clauses. Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) claims more than 40,000 jobs are at risk in the retail sector unless the system is removed. Currently, rent prices can only increase or remain the same under review, regardless of decreases in market rates. Since rental retail rates increased by 240% between 2000 and 2007, compared to a 30% increment in consumer prices, REI claims businesses are not paying a fair market rate. As it stands, Ireland is one of just a handful of countries who still employ the system, with the remaining jurisdictions employing a market-based approach.
Fran and Jane is one of the longest running fashion labels in Ireland, set up in 1974. The company is unique because it manufactures, wholesales, retails and is all in-house design led. Attention to detail, individuality, quality, price points, style and service are a few words that the company bases its business on.
The decline in retail sales at the end of last year has caused Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) to predict that more than 400 retail stores will close during January 2011.