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Irish Retail at a Glance

Irish Retail at a Glance

Posted by Maria Diaz on May 6, 2015 6:15:19 PM

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CPM, Ireland’s leading field sales company, takes a look at the Irish retail news for this week. Every Wednesday we share the recent announcements. This is a one stop shop for all your Irish retail news. If you would like to receive our monthly newsletter which will include all Retail articles for the previous month, including "Retail at a Glance" subscribe today.

 

Retail park market is strong but still challenged

This weeks' retail sales figures augur well for those retail parks which accommodate car showrooms, DIY, clothing and footwear stores which showed increased sales. But the CSO figures underline the challenges faced by those retail parks which do not have open use planning approval and are restricted to bulky goods such as furniture and electrical goods.

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Retailers give ‘unhealthy’ review to country’s shopping centres

The Retail Excellence Ireland Shopping Centre Review 2015, which claims to be the most in-depth shopping centre health review inIreland, makes for depressing reading if you’re a shopping centre retailer.

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Coffee Is 'Most Sought After' Fair Trade Product

The latest Consumer Insights study from Empathy Research has found that almost 1 in 6 Irish consumers (15%) regularly seek out fair trade products when shopping. This figure is predominantly driven by those without children (17%) and less likely among those with children (12%). Meanwhile, 2 in 5 Irish consumers (41%) say they ‘never’ or ‘rarely’ seek out fair trade products when shopping.

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Shorter lunch breaks in Ireland present opportunity for FMCG

Shorter lunch times mean that one out of five Irish consumers skip lunch almost every day, a new global consumer survey by Canadean reveals. According to the survey of 1,000 adults based in Ireland, 44% actually skip their afternoon meal at least twice during the working week.

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Millions lost as bus strike crushes the retail sector

Hundreds of thousands of people were left stranded without bus services again yesterday as businesses counted the cost of the crippling 48-hour strike.

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Tesco to play the green card as it seeks to win back its crown

SuperValu, which recently deposed Tesco Ireland as the largest grocer in the State by market share, makes much in its marketing of its relationship with local food suppliers. It sounds as if Tesco is not yet prepared to cede this turf to its rival.

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Xtra-vision DVD vending machines to be installed in 100 SuperValu and Centra stores

Home entertainment retailer Xtra-vision has entered into a new partnership with Musgrave Group, which will mean its Xpress DVD vending machines will be installed in over 100 Centra and SuperValu stores around Ireland.

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DUBLIN: Grafton St basks in recovery but rents on rise

While few would argue Dublin has been hardest hit by the recession, retailers there have endured a period of stagnation similar to that of their regional counterparts — and it’s only now beginning to lift.

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Prime office and retail portfolio for €118m

With the Dublin retail market, as well as the suburban office sector, rapidly recovering, Royal London Asset Management is planning to offload eight retail investments and five office assets with an overall value of €118 million.

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