Festive spirit kicks in as businesses give back
The concept was originally introduced in 2015 with almost €20,000 being generated in funds for Pieta
With Christmas being the busiest trading period for retailers, the agenda is often dominated by forecasting, Black Friday and profit margins, but Irish retailers are giving back this year.
Moved by the homeless crisis and the impact on mental health, these three retailers have created bespoke products to raise funds or are donating a portion of profits raised into some of Ireland’s most important charities. Irish jewellery designer Margaret O’Rourke, of MoMuse, relaunched the Hope...
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