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BWG’s IT director Chris Donnelly at Spar Cherrywood using the new checkout-free technology from MishiPay.

BWG, the company behind Spar in Ireland, has begun trialling new technology that allows shoppers to pick up a product, scan the barcode with their sma(...)

BWG’s brands include Spar, Mace, XL and Londis: app includes video and online tools to engage with psychologists and counsellors. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish wholesale chain BWG is rolling out a new digital health app to support its 1,650 direct employees during the Covid-19 crisis. It also plans to m(...)

BWG, which announced 1,200 new jobs as part of a €100 million investment in October, has 421 Spar stores and an estimated 35 per cent share of the Irish convenience store market. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/Irish Times

BWG, the company behind Spar in Ireland, is to acquire rival ADM Londis for €23 million. Completion of the offer is subject to shareholder approval an(...)

Happy corporate financiers? Now there’s a reliable indicator of a recovering economy, if ever there was one

The whooping and hollering that is faintly audible this week around the top of Harcourt Street in Dublin is probably the corporate finance team at Inv(...)