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No Brexit impact for Irish savers as 51pc put away extra cash every month

Just over half of Irish people are now regular savers, and almost all of them say that

Are we in danger of returning to a level of arrogance and complacency to customer service?

In a rising economy, when consumer demand increases, prices go up. In contrast, regrettably,

Employers will have to reveal gender pay gaps under new legislation

Men and women will soon have the right to know if they are being paid differently based on

More money and jobs as consumer spending up for 14th month

Consumer spending rose last month, marking 14 successive months of growth as an improving

How can I keep customers coming through door and off web?

This is something I have been saying for a long time. There is a very strong future role for

Excellence in customer experiences is the new battleground

In a rising economy, when consumer demand increases, prices go up. In contrast, regrettably,

This is how many days you need to work just to cover your rent in Ireland

A single person is putting in an average of 86 days of work – which would take you from January

Problem solver: Making the right move can help fashion store footfall

Q I am 27 and have just returned from working abroad in the fashion industry. My parents have

Enterprise Ireland targets 50pc growth in Irish exports to Asia Pacific

Enterprise Ireland is aiming to increase Irish exports to the Asia Pacific region by 50pc by 2020.

Linked Finance SME loans top €50m

Loans from Linked Finance to Irish small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have passed the €50m

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