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Six days left to book Dublin’s landmark retail Summit

Only six days remain to book your place at a landmark retail event taking place in Dublin – Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit. Global superstars of convenience retail are heading to Ireland for the event on 6 September to give the local industry a major boost. Hundreds of Irish retailers, store owners, and head office executives in the retail trade have ...

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ShelfStock to exhibit at Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit

Category management specialist ShelfStock is the latest company to confirm its presence at Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit. The company will be one of 40 key firms to exhibit at the landmark Summit taking place on September 6 in Dublin. In today’s market it’s now more difficult than ever to gain a competitive edge or even keep up with the big ...

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UK Gov putting party before ‘rational considerations’ on Brexit

The chief executive of Ireland’s largest business organisation has said the UK Government’s Brexit policy puts party political concerns ahead of “rational economic considerations”. Danny McCoy’s robust comments came in response to a Position Paper in which the UK Government outlined proposals appearing to rule-out a physical border with the Republic after Brexit. The paper, published on 16 August, discusses a range ...

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Applegreen acquires UK sites in £21M deal

Applegreen’s addiction to acquisitions continues unabated as the forecourt retail company announced it has bought seven sites from a high-profile network in England. The Irish forecourt brand said the sites were acquired from the Carsley Group. It consists of six service areas and one petrol filling station. The service area sites are predominantly located on the major arterial route of ...

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Ireland should beat UK to ban of diesel and petrol cars

Ireland should go a step further than the UK, pledging to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2035, according to a Fine Gael TD. Dublin North-West representative Noel Rock said Ireland should “aim higher” after the UK Government outlined anti-pollution plans that will outlaw fossil fuel only cars and vans by 2040. Deputy Rock also urged the Irish ...

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Ireland should beat UK to ban of diesel and petrol cars

Ireland should go a step further than the UK, pledging to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2035, according to a Fine Gael TD. Dublin North-West representative Noel Rock said Ireland should “aim higher” after the UK Government outlined anti-pollution plans that will outlaw fossil fuel only cars and vans by 2040. Deputy Rock also urged the Irish ...

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