Leo Crawford

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BWG’s retail brands  include Mace, XL and Londis, as well as Spar. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Sales at the BWG group, which operates the Spar retail franchise here, rose by 8 per cent in the six months to the end of March. The company’s financ(...)

FAI chief John Delaney;  Murphy Alade, (11) from Irishtown; Éabha Seery (12) from Clondalkin; Colin Bell, Republic of Ireland women’s team manager; Mick McCarthy, Republic of Ireland manager, Alex Carrick, (12) from Clondalkin; Leo Crawford, BWG Group chief executive, and Cameron Tormey (11) from Lucan at the Aviva. Photograph: Seb Daly/Sportsfile

Irish convenience retailer Spar has renewed its sponsorship with the FAI, with the new deal valued at €1 million out to 2021. The partnership betwee(...)

 Designer and Dress for Success founder Sonya Lennon was among the other panellists. Photograph:    Marc O’Sullivan

A calm, rational discussion can be a beautiful and enlightening thing. On Tuesday, I took part in a panel debate about gender inequality in business,(...)

BWG owns retail brands including Spar, Mace and Londis. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leo Crawford, chief executive of Irish Spar franchise owner BWG, and two other directors of the group are in line to share a windfall of about €75 mil(...)

Leo Crawford, group chief executive of BWG Group, outside the relaunched SPAR Millennium Walkway store in Dublin city centre.

The BWG retail group has launched a new strategy for its Spar and Eurospar brands, comprising store refurbishments, more in-store dining, a shift to d(...)

BWG plans to invest €25 million in Spar/Eurpspar store refurbishments.

Retailing group BWG is to add 45 new Spar and Eurospar stores over the next two years, employing 1,000 staff. Along with franchisees in its Spar/Euros(...)

BWG, which also operates the Spar convenience store brand in Ireland, will use the Corrib deal to buttress its growing division that supplies foodservice businesses, such as restaurants and hotels. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

BWG Group has agreed a deal to buy Corrib Food Products, a family-owned business from Galway that supplies fresh and frozen poultry and other chilled (...)

Johannesburg-listed Spar South Africa, which owns an 80 per cent stake in BWG, referred briefly to the deal in its interim financial results yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

BWG Foods, the owner of the Spar franchise in Ireland, has refinanced its debts estimated at about €220 million. It is understood the new banking faci(...)

Storm Emma shut down Ireland for several days in March. Photograph: Alan Betson

Storm Emma, which paralysed the country just before Easter and sparked panic sales of bread, has been credited with helping to drive “significant turn(...)

Spar, Londis and Mace are operated by BWG in Ireland. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

BWG, the wholesaler and retail group that operates the Spar brand in Ireland, has bought major Portlaoise-based convenience wholesaling group, 4 Aces.(...)

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