Bang & Olufsen invests €300,000 in Dublin store
The store is operated by NuConnect, the largest Bang & Olufsen retail group in Ireland and Britain
Bang & Olufsen has invested €300,000 in the launch of its new store on Dublin’s Duke Street. The store is operated by NuConnect, the largest Bang & Olufsen retail group in Ireland and Britain.
The store is being headed up by Andy Williamson, who has been with the business for eight years. Bang & Olufsen chief entrepreneur, Anders Buchmann, welcomed the opening of the Dublin store.
“Before consumers wanted sound, and lots of...
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