Monday July 13, 2020

Was this an SME budget?

When the worst of Brexit comes, it’s not landlords or multinationals who’ll need a financial buffer

14th October, 2018

Back in my Superquinn days, branding and PR were always a particular focus of mine. We worked hard to create the right impression, the right appearance, the right feel in each store. I wouldn’t go quite so far as to say that we told customers how they should feel about Superquinn or about being in our store, but sometimes we tried.

Last week, the government delivered Budget 2019, the last (for now) of...

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