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Designer Lucy Nagle targets growth in online market

Nagle, who is based in Foxrock in south Dublin, said her business has recorded its best-ever 12-month performance

29th April, 2018
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Lucy Nagle: ‘To meet demand, our new website goes live next week’

Fashion designer Lucy Nagle is responding to a doubling of online sales with new product lines and a refreshed website created for the “luxury mobile shopper”.

Nagle, who is based in Foxrock in south Dublin, told The Sunday Business Post that her business has recorded its best-ever 12-month performance.

“Online revenues have more than doubled, with a 60 to 70 per cent level of repeat business among customers,” she said. “To meet demand...

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