700% spike in sales spurs creation of Irish Glossybox site

MD Rachel Kavanagh said spike reflected Irish women's strong interest in beauty

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
10th April, 2016
Rachel Kavanagh, managing director of subscription beauty service Glossybox

The beauty subscription service Glossybox has launched a dedicated Irish site with fixed euro pricing in response to an almost 700 per cent spike in sales here.

Rachel Kavanagh, the Irish MD of Glossybox UK and Ireland, said the increased sales reflected Irish women’s strong interest in beauty.

“When the business was originally launched in 2012 we did offer shipping to Ireland, but it wasn’t a concentration at all,” she said. “When I joined...

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