WELCOME to The Daily Click, where we put the spotlight on businesses in County Clare with an online shop. 

The Clare Echo is asking local people to get behind Clare businesses, and to think local before visiting international shopping websites. Today, we are showcasing south-east Clare businesses with online stores. Go ahead, give them a click and see what’s available from Cratloe, Clonlara and beyond.

This series is part of The Clare Echo’s #clickforclare initiative, supported by Local Enterprise Office Clare.


Business name: Galánta Jewellery
Who they are: Handmade Celtic jewellery with an extra emphasis on elegance, exceptional design and outstanding customer service
Where they are located: Cratloe
What they sell: Wide range of jewellery, Connemara stone and gemstones
Where I can find them: https://galantajewellery.com


Business name: Hungry Should
Who they are: Chef, author and blogger Jacques Brennan, who promotes vegan lifestyle
Where they are located: Ardnacrusha
What they sell: Hungry Soul vegan cookbook and cooking accessories
Where I can find them: https://www.hungrysoulplantpower.com/blog


Business name: HI-Spy clothing
Who they are: Mother and daughter team Paulette and Louise Egan (pictured),  who joined their passions for fitness, lifestyle and yoga to create an idea
Where they are located: Clonlara
What they sell: Fitness and yoga clothing and accessories
Where I can find them: https://i-spy.ie


Business name: JC Safety Training Ltd
Who they are: Provide a wide range of specialist health and safety courses for individuals and businesses throughout Clare, Limerick and Tipperary
Where they are located: Corbally
What they sell: Fire safety training, health & safety and much more. For list see website.
Where I can find them: https://www.jc-safety.ie


Business name: ONS Customised Network Solutions
Who they are: ONS have over 20 years experience of IT Professionals
Where they are located: O’Briens Bridge
What they sell: Prepaid consultation
Where I can find them: https://www.onsitesupport.ie

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