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Ireland's leading convenience retailer Centra achieved sales of €1.7bn (£1.4bn) in 2019, showing strong growth of 4% on 2018. Updated proposition continuing to deliver growth Centra's success continues to be driven by its brand repositioning that began in 2016. The retailer aimed to redefine the traditional convenience store experience to be more healthy, with a more innovative offering. Th...
This week we have seen Irish retailer Musgrave acquire Drinks Inc and wholesaler BWG Group acquire Heaney Meats. We look at these deals in more detail. 1. Musgrave: expanding its portfolio to strengthen offer Musgrave has acquired the brand and assets of Northern Ireland drinks distributor Drinks Inc. This is part of the retailer's Growing Good Business strategy to ensure sustainable growth...
Following the announcement that long-serving CEO of Musgrave Group, Chris Martin will be retiring, the group has announced Noel Keeley has been appointed CEO designate. Noel Keeley It was announced in May that Chris Martin would be stepping down after being with the business for 15 years. Noel Keeley will take over the position on January 1st 2020, following on from a handover per...

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