Catherina Butler and Niall Phelan of The Naked Collective, and Hagrid the dog. Photograph: Tony Gavin

Healthy drinks company The Naked Collective is seeking to secure €2.5 million in investment through a crowdfunding campaign as part of an overall €15 (...)

Content Llama founders Joleen Looney and Karina Kelly. Photograph: Andrew Downes

Online shopping has become a way of life for today’s consumers who expect crisp images and good product descriptions to pop up with a single click. Ho(...)

Shops have reopened but these are uncertain, unusual times for consumers and retailers alike. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Looking at video clips of queues outside popular shops like Ikea and Penneys, observers could be forgiven for thinking that the retail sector is thriv(...)

Niall Phelan and Catherina Butler of The Naked Collective:  The “super drinks” benefit from brewing techniques that involve immune enhancer beta glucan being added. Photograph: Tony Gavin

The Naked Collective, a new healthy drinks company based in Co Kildare, is seeking to raise €10 million from investors as it looks to take a slice of (...)

Ikea said it would reopen with a number of anti-virus safety measures in place. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ikea is among the major retailers to confirm they will reopen next week, after the Government announced an acceleration of its economic reopening plan(...)

St Brigid’s Crescent, Artane. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

What’s so good about it? This pocket of north Dublin boasts many a famous native, among them actor Brendan Gleeson, singer Brian McFadden and U2’s La(...)

 Grafton Street on December 21st, 2019: Consumers were due to spend about €2,800 per household over the Christmas period. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto

The threat of a no-deal Brexit hung like a dark cloud over the Irish retail industry for much of 2019, weighing on confidence. The threat of a disorde(...)

Limerick’s Darragh O’Donovan celebrates after beating Galway in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, at Croke Park, Dublin. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Bumper sales of Limerick GAA jerseys were not enough to prevent a slip in pre-tax profits to €4.98 million at Lifestyle Sports last year. New account(...)

Eason & Son   is taking a new 25-year lease of the premises on St Patrick’s Street in Cork city.

Agent Bannon is seeking offers in excess of €6.6 million for a landmark building on Cork city’s most sought-after thoroughfare, St Patrick’s Street. (...)

48 William Street in Galway city centre has  sold for more than its €2 million guide price

A prime retail property at 48 William Street in Galway city centre has been sold for more than its €2 million guide price by agent Lambert Smith Hamp(...)

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