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# retail and services
'It's just about surviving as opposed to thriving'
Gym+Coffee is engaging with its online community to get through the Covid-19 crisis
# retail and services
'The uptake has been unbelievable, we are run off our feet'
Evans Educational has a crafty response to Covid-19, switching from supplying schools to helping parents occupy their kids.
# retail and services
'Everything seems to be just day-by-day'
Construction-related businesses say they’re seeing an increase in demand but worry about supply chains.
# retail and services
'Everything seems to be just day-by-day'
Construction-related businesses say they’re seeing an increase in demand but worry about supply chains.
# retail and services
'The uptake has been unbelievable, we are run off our feet.'
Evans Educational has a crafty response to Covid-19, switching from supplying schools to helping parents occupy their kids.
# retail and services
From gin to sanitiser: 'We are almost fighting an invisible enemy'
Why distilleries around the country are changing tack to help tackle the spread of coronavirus.
# retail and services
'We started to get call after call as events began to be cancelled' - Brendan Moloney of formalwear business Bond Brothers
As Ireland deals with the fallout of Covid-19, we talk to businesses about how they are coping.
# retail and services
'We started to get call after call as events began to be cancelled' - Brendan Moloney of formalwear business Bond Brothers
As Ireland deals with the fallout of Covid-19, we talk to businesses about how they are coping.
# Startup Scout
How Reuzi is bringing sustainability to the retail shelf and the boardroom
In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the most promising companies emerging from Ireland.
# Future of finance
After another hearty funding round, tech unicorn Toast is adding 100 people to its Dublin base
The company is scouting for talent as Ireland is set to play a key role in its international plans.
# Startups and tech
As Google buys Pointy, co-founder Mark Cummins enters his second act with the tech giant
The Dublin startup isn’t the first business founded by Cummins to be snapped up by the company.
# Startups and tech
As Google buys Pointy, co-founder Mark Cummins enters his second act with the tech giant
The Dublin startup isn’t the first business founded by Cummins to be snapped up by the company.
# retail and services
Spending might be up over Christmas, but Irish retailers are still facing challenges
Increased trade doesn’t quite match economic growth, as consumers habits continue to evolve.
# retail and services
Spending might be up over Christmas, but Irish retailers are still facing challenges
Increased trade doesn’t quite match economic growth, as consumers habits continue to evolve.
# retail and services
Pack to the future: Inside An Post's shiny new parcel hub
The semi-state is just getting started as it plots its long-term plan.
# retail and services
Pack to the future: Inside An Post's shiny new parcel hub
The semi-state is just getting started as it plots its long-term plan.
# media and marketing
Meeting a global demand - why Troy has expanded to become Ireland's largest studio
Siún Ní Raghallaigh on how the Limerick-based studio is adapting in an evolving TV and film landscape.
# media and marketing
Meeting a global demand - why Troy has expanded to become Ireland's largest studio
Siún Ní Raghallaigh on how the Limerick-based studio is adapting in an evolving TV and film landscape.
# Features
'We can’t just sit on our laurels': Ahead of Black Friday, the Irish retail industry is fighting back
In an evolving market, companies are turning to a bricks-and-clicks approach.
# retail and services
Retail sales managed to override the doom and gloom of Brexit
That’s according to CSO figures for September.
# retail and services
Global fashion brand Karl Lagerfeld is opening an outlet in Kildare Village
The founder of the eponymous luxury label died earlier this year.
# retail and services
Global fashion brand Karl Lagerfeld is opening an outlet in Kildare Village
The founder of the eponymous luxury label died earlier this year.
# retail and services
A no-deal Brexit could 'exasperate' the quirks of Ireland's grocery market
The Central Bank’s latest economic forecast outlined how prices would be impacted.
# retail and services
Discount retailer Homesavers was ordered to shut two shops over alleged planning breaches
Two enforcement notices were served in addition to several warning letters from councils.
# retail and services
Paddy Power owner Flutter set for 'truly transformational' merger deal
Flutter Entertainment plans to merge with The Stars Group, creating a global betting giant.
# retail and services
Paddy Power owner Flutter set for 'truly transformational' merger deal
Flutter Entertainment plans to merge with The Stars Group, creating a global betting giant.
# retail and services
Mothercare Ireland is revamping its online store as footfall shrinks
The childcare retailer is also looking to move from town centres into retail parks.
# retail and services
Mothercare Ireland is revamping its online store as footfall shrinks
The childcare retailer is also looking to move from town centres into retail parks.
# retail and services
Safe storage provider Merrion Vaults is opening new facilities in the US and Spain
The Irish company is also opening a facility in Edinburgh as part of an ongoing expansion.
# retail and services
Safe storage provider Merrion Vaults is opening new facilities in the US and Spain
The Irish company is also opening a facility in Edinburgh as part of an ongoing expansion.
# retail and services
A third of shoppers will ditch online purchases for Christmas from UK retailers post-Brexit
Industry group Retail Ireland said this presents an opportunity for indigenous stores.
# retail and services
'The outlook is bleak': Irish retail group will meet UK MPs amid no-deal Brexit fears
Retail Excellence also asked the government for a Revenue worker to help with preparations.
# retail and services
Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters
Transport Minister Shane Ross said stores must inform consumers of the vehicles’ legal status.
# retail and services
Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters
Transport Minister Shane Ross said stores must inform consumers of the vehicles’ legal status.
# retail and services
French sports retailer Decathlon's Irish expansion may have hit a stumbling block
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre says a proposed Dublin store could breach a decades-old planning rule.
# retail and services
Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters
Transport Minister Shane Ross said stores must inform consumers of the vehicles’ legal status.
# retail and services
Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones
The telecoms company is hoping the changes will bring a bump in users.
# retail and services
French sports retailer Decathlon's Irish expansion may have hit a stumbling block
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre says a proposed Dublin store could breach a decades-old planning rule.
# retail and services
'We're a responsible retailer': Dealz responds to its run-ins with local planners
The discount retailer is planning to open at least 10 new stores in Ireland next year.
# retail and services
Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones
The telecoms company is hoping the changes will bring a bump in users.