EUROSPAR National Conference 2014
Almost half of EUROSPAR retailers in Ireland are predicting growth in 2014, with over two-thirds planning additional investment in their stores – that’s according to the findings of a retailer survey released by operators of the brand BWG Foods to coincide with the EUROSPAR Conference which took place in Dublin’s Marker Hotel last week.
In what delegates heard was a positive indication of economic recovery, independent supermarket retailers, representing towns and villages across the country, were upbeat about future growth, with 48% of respondents predicting business growth this year and 78% saying they planned to invest in their businesses in the next 12 months.
Pictured at the EUROSPAR Conference are Jerry Twomey, EUROSPAR Dungarvan and Chair of the National Council of EUROSPAR Retailers, Leo Crawford, Group Chief Executive, BWG Group; Dr Gordon Campbell, Managing Director, SPAR International and Willie O’Byrne, Managing Director, BWG Foods.
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