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Danish homewares retailer opened its 11th Irish stores in Carlow on Thursday, as it announced sales across Ireland and Britain of about €70 million for its financial year to the end of August.

Danish homewares retailer opened its 11th Irish store in Carlow on Thursday, as it announced sales across Ireland and Britain of about €70 millio(...)

Roni Tuominen: he said Jysk’s opening in Ireland has been one of the group’s most successful ‘for many, many years’. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Danish homewares retailer Jysk will open six new Irish stores before the end of the year, with up to a further 10 planned for 2022. The group says it(...)

Bastien Grandgeorge, chief executive of Decathlon Ireland, and Kieran O’Shea, store leader in the Decathlon in Ballymun, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Major international retailers have expressed frustration over the Government’s prolonged shutdown of the non-essential retail sector and warned it is (...)

Jysk country manager Roni Tuominen

Danish home retailer Jysk is to open three new stores in Ireland in the first half of the year to bring the total number of outlets it has here to 12 (...)

Jysk country manager for Ireland and the UK Roni Tuominen, outside the first Irish Jysk store in Naas, Co Kildare. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Scandinavian home retailer Jysk Ireland is to merge with the UK business, appointing current Irish country manager Roni Tuominen to run the combined b(...)

Jysk signed a 10-year lease at Gulliver’s Retail Park in the midst of the Covid-19 lockdown

While many retailers are facing a fight for their survival in the wake of Covid-19, Danish household and furniture specialist Jysk appears to be going(...)

Jysk Ireland country manager Roni Tuominen said the appetite for the company in Ireland continues to grow

Danish home retail brand Jysk is to create more than 70 new jobs with the opening of seven new Irish stores during the first half of the year. The re(...)

Jysk intends to open 40 outlets in the Republic by 2021, giving it a forecasted turnover here of €70 million a year.

Danish-owned furniture seller Jysk is inviting landlords to an open day next month as it aims to increase the number of stores it plans to open here f(...)

Roni Tuominen, head of retail in JYSK Ireland. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Danish retail brand Jysk is to open three more stores in Ireland in the coming months, creating up to 50 jobs. The new stores will open in Drogheda a(...)

Jysk, which  has more than 2,700 stores and 23,000 employees across 51 countries, is coming to Ireland

Danish home retail group Jysk plans to open 15 stores across Ireland over the next two years, creating more than 200 jobs in the process. The compan(...)