A Shannon based aviation company is to reduce its workforce by over 20 percent.
SEVEN Clare retailers have been approved for Government grants to develop their stores online, as retail consumers have moved en-mass to internet shopping in recent months. And among the successful applicants is Patrick Bourke’s Menswear – who have vowed that in the case of a second wave of Covid-19 they will be prepared to continue trading online.
Even a global pandemic couldn’t deter the positive effect of Lahinch hosting The Irish Open twelve months ago with two hoteliers from the coastal spot looking at the bright side having reopened their doors last Monday.
Recommendations from the published report by the Aviation Recovery Taskforce will save jobs, the CEO of Shannon Group has stated.
HENRY’S Bistro & Wine Bar reopened last Friday in what was a highly anticipated return for food lovers in the Ennis area.
Shannon Airport’s connectivity is essential to providing a brighter outlook on the long-term future of hotels within Co Clare.
The ongoing enforcement of social distancing measures on high streets across Ireland will lead to a surge in businesses looking to boost their online presence this Christmas, according to a leading Irish eCommerce provider based in Ennis.
Businesses will bounce back from COVID-19, the resilience gained by the economic recession over a decade ago has strengthened Paul Madden and The Temple Gate Hotel as they plot their recovery.
AFTER 32 years in business, Paul and Anita Edson of The Family Store in Kilrush have seen a lot of changes in the town. Easily the biggest change though has come with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater promotion of local food suppliers needs to be implemented at the county’s leading tourist attraction, one Clare councillor has said.