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Storm Emma sparked Cornucopia web move

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By Elaine Tubridy

AFTER nearly 30 years in business, Ennis boutique Cornucopia have loyal followers all over the world.
Whether they’re in Boston, USA or Boston in the Burren, customers can now shop the latest trends on Cornucopia’s brand new website.
Shop owner Sinead Pyne is very excited that the online platform is up and running, adding that the feedback has been fantastic. The website is up and running with the help of a council grant and Sinéad thanked her staff and family for their continued support, adding, “My parents love the Instagram, they’re looking at it every day. My brother is in Australia, my sister is in LA. His partner and my sister are shopping with us now online. It’s a worldwide window for the shop. It’s the next step.”
The site is still undergoing a few last minute tweaks, but Sinead hopes the full range of Cornucopia products will be available online in a couple of weeks and is planning an official launch in October. Customers can shop French Connection, Superdry, Amy Huberman, Una Healy, VILA, ONLY and PIECES. Cornucopia have featured numerous times on Ireland AM and viewers always look for the store’s website details.
Sinead was spurred into action when Storm Emma hit earlier in the year. “So we decided really after Storm Emma when the whole town came to a standstill for a week, that we had to get this going.
“We went with Niamh O’Meara Daly of Nomad, who was fantastic, an absolute dream to work with and we’ve been kind of tweaking it and getting it just right since the month of March,” she added.
Head along to the Queens Hotel Ladies Night this Saturday to avail of a 15 per cent online discount card at Cornucopia.
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