Dubray Books eyes nationwide expansion after recent Dublin and Cork openings

The bookseller, which is owned by Eason Ireland, has a network of 11 stores with nine based in the capital

Maria Dickenson, managing director of Dubry Books: three recent store openings by the retail book chain have created 40 additional jobs at the business, which now has a headcount of 110 people. Picture: Bryan Meade

Dubray, the retail book chain owned by Eason Ireland, is planning to launch more new bookshops in the country, having opened three in the last six months.

The bookseller, which began as a single shop in Bray in Wicklow in 1973, has a network of 11 stores, with nine based in Dublin. In recent months, it has opened new bookshops on Patrick Street in Cork and in the Dundrum Town Centre as well as another ...