Wednesday May 27, 2020

Indigenous Irish businesses need to feel our love

28th January, 2018
Pat McDonagh of Supermacs

You might not have realised it, but, last week, one of the country’s largest employers announced it was creating 400 new jobs over the coming six months. Supermac’s, the Irish restaurant chain, said the jobs were as a result of six new restaurants that are poised to open, and that the expansion would push overall employment at the Irish owned business to more than 3,000 people. There was no fuss about the announcement, and very...

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