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From TheJournal.ie Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres Retail And Services

Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres

Outlets like Dundrum Town Centre and Liffey Valley are using food to drive footfall.

From Business ETC 'A burden, outdated, absolute folly': Eir lashed out against a bid for it to maintain public payphones Retail And Services

'A burden, outdated, absolute folly': Eir lashed out against a bid for it to maintain public payphones

The telco lodged a scornful submission as part of ComReg’s review of the service.

From Business ETC Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres Retail And Services

Welcome to the 'experience economy': Why restaurants are moving into shopping centres

Outlets like Dundrum Town Centre and Liffey Valley are using food to drive footfall.

From Business ETC Brussels has ordered online retailers to clean up 'irregularities' in how they display prices Retail And Services

Brussels has ordered online retailers to clean up 'irregularities' in how they display prices

But local retail representatives are confident the problem is not an ‘Irish issue’.

From TheJournal.ie Weight-loss tea maker Miss Fit has shut up shop weeks after a recall of 'misleading' products Food And Drink

Weight-loss tea maker Miss Fit has shut up shop weeks after a recall of 'misleading' products

The company’s CEO said the closure has nothing to do with a recent FSAI enforcement order.

From Business ETC WeBringg has changed its name and quietly downplayed its Amazon-style delivery model Startups And Tech

WeBringg has changed its name and quietly downplayed its Amazon-style delivery model

The startup has re-branded as ‘WeDispatch’ to quell any confusion around its business.

From TheJournal.ie An Post is planning to roll out Parcel Motel-style delivery lockers Retail And Services

An Post is planning to roll out Parcel Motel-style delivery lockers

The company is hoping to become the ‘e-commerce backbone of Ireland’.

From Business ETC Weight-loss tea maker Miss Fit has shut up shop weeks after a recall of 'misleading' products Food And Drink

Weight-loss tea maker Miss Fit has shut up shop weeks after a recall of 'misleading' products

The company’s CEO said the closure has nothing to do with a recent FSAI enforcement order.

From Business ETC An Post is planning to roll out Parcel Motel-style delivery lockers Retail And Services

An Post is planning to roll out Parcel Motel-style delivery lockers

The company is hoping to become the ‘e-commerce backbone of Ireland’.

From Business ETC Grocery delivery startup Buymie has secured fresh funding from retail and rugby stars Startups And Tech

Grocery delivery startup Buymie has secured fresh funding from retail and rugby stars

The Dublin startup recently signed a deal with Lidl to provide its customers with a one-hour delivery service.

From Business ETC Global consultancy Procorre is closing its Dublin operation after a decade because it's 'not viable' Retail And Services

Global consultancy Procorre is closing its Dublin operation after a decade because it's 'not viable'

The wider group, which also has offices in Singapore, the UK and Switzerland, will continue trading.

From TheJournal.ie After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre Connected

After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre

The local authority concluded that restaurants and cafés can provide access instead.

From TheJournal.ie After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre Retail And Services

After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre

The local authority concluded that restaurants and cafés can provide access instead.

From TheJournal.ie Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive Retail And Services

Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive

The salad bar chain is trying to make peace with Dublin council after a lengthy planning dispute.

From Business ETC After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre Retail And Services

After a three-year absence, free public Wi-Fi is coming back to Dublin - but not the city centre

The local authority concluded that restaurants and cafés can provide access instead.

From Business ETC Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive Retail And Services

Freshly Chopped plans to sell hats, knives and tea towels to keep its Grafton Street outlet alive

The salad bar chain is trying to make peace with Dublin council after a lengthy planning dispute.

From TheJournal.ie The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district Retail And Services

The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district

Hammerson says it is in talks with other businesses in the area about opening late into the evening.

From Business ETC Most Christmas shoppers bought at least one gift online - but probably not through an Irish store Retail And Services

Most Christmas shoppers bought at least one gift online - but probably not through an Irish store

Industry representatives have called for more State funding for e-commerce.

From Business ETC The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district Retail And Services

The Ilac's owners hope to turn Henry Street into a Dundrum-style late-night shopping district

Hammerson says it is in talks with other businesses in the area about opening late into the evening.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's tough turning away customers - we can’t be all things to all people' Retail And Services

'It's tough turning away customers - we can’t be all things to all people'

Gerard Forde of Bizimply talks about self-starters and competing with big multinationals.

From Business ETC 'It's tough turning away customers - we can’t be all things to all people' Retail And Services

'It's tough turning away customers - we can’t be all things to all people'

Gerard Forde of Bizimply talks about self-starters and competing with big multinationals.

From Business ETC Festive spending took a hit and retailers have pointed the finger at... Black Friday again Retail And Services

Festive spending took a hit and retailers have pointed the finger at... Black Friday again

New figures from Visa show overall spending by consumers fell last month.

From Business ETC Over two years after a Brexit scare, forklift maker Combilift is forecasting double-digit UK growth Retail And Services

Over two years after a Brexit scare, forklift maker Combilift is forecasting double-digit UK growth

The Monaghan giant previously said duties could prompt it to move manufacturing to the North.

From TheJournal.ie Louis Copeland's family wants to create the next Avoca of the Irish crafts market Retail And Services

Louis Copeland's family wants to create the next Avoca of the Irish crafts market

The family recently launched the Made of Irish online store selling items like candles and pottery.

From Business ETC Stores warn a tax hike on food supplements is 'completely inconsistent' with health policy Retail And Services

Stores warn a tax hike on food supplements is 'completely inconsistent' with health policy

Lobbyists wrote to Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe over incoming VAT increases.

From Business ETC Louis Copeland's family wants to create the next Avoca of the Irish crafts market Retail And Services

Louis Copeland's family wants to create the next Avoca of the Irish crafts market

The family recently launched the Made of Irish online store selling items like candles and pottery.

From TheJournal.ie Ikea rival JYSK is on the way to Ireland - and has scouted 20 locations Danish Design

Ikea rival JYSK is on the way to Ireland - and has scouted 20 locations

The Danish homewares retailer aims to open 15 new stores in the Republic.

From Business ETC Ikea rival JYSK has scouted 20 locations for its entry into Ireland Retail And Services

Ikea rival JYSK has scouted 20 locations for its entry into Ireland

The Danish homewares retailer aims to open 15 new stores in the Republic.

From TheJournal.ie From Orla Kiely to Jo'Burger, here are Ireland's highest-profile company collapses of 2018 Retail And Services

From Orla Kiely to Jo'Burger, here are Ireland's highest-profile company collapses of 2018

Several well-known names disappeared from the streets over the last 12 months.

From Business ETC From Orla Kiely to Jo'Burger, here are Ireland's highest-profile company collapses of 2018 Retail And Services

From Orla Kiely to Jo'Burger, here are Ireland's highest-profile company collapses of 2018

Several well-known names disappeared from the streets over the last 12 months.

From Business ETC After opening a raft of new cafés, the firm behind Costa Coffee in Ireland banked a record profit Food And Drink

After opening a raft of new cafés, the firm behind Costa Coffee in Ireland banked a record profit

The owners of the franchise have plans to double down on the Irish market even further.

From TheJournal.ie An Post made not one but three Christmas ads this year. Here's how - and why Festive Season

An Post made not one but three Christmas ads this year. Here's how - and why

The postal service looked around the globe to try find ‘authentic’ Irish festive stories.

From TheJournal.ie These are the counties that have spent the most - and least - on Christmas decorations Big Spenders

These are the counties that have spent the most - and least - on Christmas decorations

New data show how much local councils earmarked for festive trimmings for the last three years.

From Business ETC An Post made not one but three Christmas ads this year. Here's how - and why Media And Marketing

An Post made not one but three Christmas ads this year. Here's how - and why

The postal service looked around the globe to try find ‘authentic’ Irish festive stories.

From Business ETC These are the counties that have spent the most - and least - on Christmas decorations Policy And Economy

These are the counties that have spent the most - and least - on Christmas decorations

New data show how much local councils earmarked for festive trimmings for the last three years.

From Business ETC Major concert promoters will hike ticket prices under incoming tax changes Policy And Economy

Major concert promoters will hike ticket prices under incoming tax changes

Restaurants and hotels have lost their special 9% VAT rate – but so have some event organisers.

From Business ETC 'I’d love to lie and say I’ve got great work-life balance, but the truth is I don’t at all' Retail And Services

'I’d love to lie and say I’ve got great work-life balance, but the truth is I don’t at all'

Jenny Huston talks about giving up a career in radio to start her jewellery business, Edge Only.

From Business ETC Retailers blame ‘alarmist’ weather warnings for a decline in December shoppers Retail And Services

Retailers blame ‘alarmist’ weather warnings for a decline in December shoppers

But Retail Excellence says 2018 Christmas sales in Ireland will still be in line with last year.

From Business ETC Online gifting platform Clevergift is gearing up to go live with dozens of retailers in the new year Retail And Services

Online gifting platform Clevergift is gearing up to go live with dozens of retailers in the new year

The company expects to roll out with 45 merchants in 2019.

From Business ETC 'A field day for the black market': Docs reveal what the minister was told after the budget VAT hike Policy And Economy

'A field day for the black market': Docs reveal what the minister was told after the budget VAT hike

Hospitality firms and hairdressers wrote to Paschal Donohoe to say they will be forced to shut up shop.