Bwg Group

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Leo Crawford, chief executive of BWG Group and Brian Lee, managing director of Chopped. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennells

The group behind Spar, Londis and Mace in Ireland has signed a deal with healthy food retailer Freshly Chopped to become its exclusive distributor and(...)

Leo Crawford (left), group chief executive, BWG Group, and Graham O’Connor, chief executive, Spar Group Ltd, with Lil Courtney, owner of three Dublin Spar shops including EUROSPAR Fairview, Spar East Wall and Spar Five Lamps.

Irish consumer confidence is “brittle” as a result of the UK’s Brexit vote, according to Leo Crawford, chief executive of BWG, which owns Spar in Irel(...)

Kinnegad Town Centre comprises the Eurospar anchor unit, six other ground-floor shops  and seven first-floor apartments

Two retail and residential investments anchored by Eurospar in Co Westmeath are fresh to the investment market this week through joint agents Cushman (...)

BWG Group’s profit increase was buoyed by the devaluation of the South African rand, which helped its parent company, the Johannesburg-based Spar Group, post a 12.3 per cent rise in earnings. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

BWG Group, the owner in Ireland of the Spar and Mace chains, posted a 41.4 per cent surge in operating profit in the 12 months to the end of September(...)

Kilcarbery Business Park, in Dublin 22: a vast distribution centre there goes up for sale today

A vast distribution centre occupied by Britvic in Kilcarbery Business Park, Dublin 22, goes for sale today at more than €15 million. Agent Murphy Mu(...)

Back to school at Arnotts. The department store may have an international retailer as a neighbour soon.

Arnotts is poised for a dramatic change as early as 2018 on foot of a deal struck by solicitor and developer Noel Smyth with the department store’s ow(...)

BWG chief executive Leo Crawford: “The integration of Londis has progressed well and their stores are now benefiting from being part of a group with combined retail sales of over €1.75 billion”

BWG Group, the owner in Ireland of the Spar and Mace chains, delivered a 41.4 per cent surge in first-half operating profits as sales grew in a compe(...)

The 13 institutional grade properties in the Salix fund includes Topshop at St Stephen’s Green.

The fast-growing Irish commercial property fund IPUT plc has acquired a portfolio of Dublin-based assets from the Bank of Ireland staff pension fund f(...)

BWG chief executive Leo Crawford (right and finance director John O’Donnell. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Business Affairs Correspondent BWG, the operator of the Spar and Mace retail brands, has wiped more than €70 million from its debts by buying back loa(...)

BWG, which has 421 Spar stores and an estimated 35 per cent share of the Irish convenience store market with turnover of about €1.2 billion, will continue to be led by group CEO, Leo Crawford (pictured), and the existing management team. Photograph:  Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

Spar South Africa, a publicly-quoted wholesaler and distributor, is to pay €55 million for an 80 per cent stake in the BWG Group, which owns the Spar (...)

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