Decathlon eyes Cork and Galway as new outlet locations
The French sports retailer is hoping to aggressively expand into Ireland in the near future
Decathlon is set to prioritise Cork and Galway as new locations to expand its bricks-and-mortar presence in Ireland.
The French sports retailer, which opened its first Irish store in Ballymun last month, has plans to open several more outlets in Ireland in the near future as part of an aggressive expansion plan.
Kieran O’Shea, opening project leader at Decathlon Ireland, said Limerick, Waterford and south Dublin had been earmarked as potential locations for new stores,...
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