Thursday February 27, 2020

Sales are soaring at The Sunday Business Post

Papers fly off the shelves as Ireland grapples with Brexit fallout

7th July, 2016

Last week, The Sunday Business Post recorded a significant spike in circulation.

Sales were up close to 20 per cent on the previous week, as people across Ireland sought to understand the true impact of the Brexit vote.

The increase shows that, in times of uncertainty, people reach out for trusted, authoritative and independent brands. Thank you to all our readers.

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