Ikea’s Irish store had revenues of €2.5 million per week last year
Swedish giant had revenues for the year of almost €132 million
Ikea’s Irish store had revenues of €2.5 million per week last year. The Swedish home furnishings giant had revenues of almost €132 million at its only Irish store in Ballymun, on Dublin’s Northside, in the year to the end of August last, according to recently filed accounts.
“The directors remain confident that Ikea is well positioned in the market. However, there remains some limited risk associated with instability within the Irish...
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