British menswear retailer planning €2m Irish expansion

British menswear retailer Hackett Clothing plans to invest €2 million in an expansion into the Irish market, despite the slowing economy.

12th April, 2008

British menswear retailer Hackett Clothing plans to invest €2 million in an expansion into the Irish market, despite the slowing economy.

Jeremy Hackett, founder and chairman of the firm, said the company was ‘‘prepared to weather the storm, as we are investing for the long-term’’.

Hackett Clothing has made an initial investment of more than €1million in its first Irish store, on South Anne Street in Dublin, which opened last week....

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