Boots plans more Irish stores with eye on sustainability
Chemist chain’s ‘store of the future’ on Dawson Street in Dublin to feature upmarket beauty brands, wellness centre and expanded No 7 section
The pharmacy chain Boots plans to open more stores in Ireland next year on the back of growing customer demand for beauty and wellness products and services.
Last month it opened a 220 square metre store on Dawson Street in Dublin city centre with a significantly different look to its other Irish branches. According to Bernadette Lavery, managing director of Boots Ireland, it is modelled on a branch in Covent Garden in London that the...
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