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One Big Switch to tackle groceries and petrol bills

30th December, 2014
Oliver Tattan, co-founder, One Big Switch Picture: Collins

Consumer network One Big Switch, which was brought to Ireland earlier this year by entrepreneur Oliver Tattan, plans to launch a major campaign to cut the cost of living for consumers in early 2015, and is likely to tackle big household bills, such as groceries and petrol.

The Australian company launched in Ireland in February with its sights set on negotiating discounted group deals for blocks of consumers.

Its first campaign, the Big Energy Switch, saw...

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