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Cork 2017: Regatta’s buoyant future

The Cork-based outdoor clothing company will create 100 jobs, open new stores and launch as part of a major expansion plan, writes Chrissie Russell

18th June, 2017
Brian Fox, director Regatta Ireland Picture: Leon Farrell

Outdoor clothing brand Regatta will create 100 jobs amid plans to invest more than €2 million on retail properties and in-store fit-outs over the next 12 months.

It’s an exciting time for the Cork-based company, which is also due to launch next month, providing a click-and-collect option for customers.

It will open new shops in Cork, Galway, Dublin, Waterford and Wexford, bringing the number of staff in Ireland to 165 across 17 shops...

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