Penneys announces major relocation at Dundrum Town Centre
Penneys has today announced it will bring a bigger and better shopping experience to its customers in Dublin as it confirms plans to relocate its existing store in Dundrum Town Centre, showing the retailer’s continued commitment to the Irish market. The much-loved iconic Irish retailer will expand and relocate its Dundrum store to the upper floors of the former House of Fraser site, with doors set to open to customers next year.
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As a responsible business, our first priority will always be the safety and wellbeing of the people who make our clothes and products. We are also conscious of the thousands of workers who rely on us for their livelihoods through employment at our suppliers’ factories.
‘My Kind of Wonderful’ – Penneys unwraps its Christmas campaign and festive favourites
It’s already beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Penneys as friends and families, making up for last year’s celebrations being put on ice, are already gearing up for extended holiday celebrations.
Primark set to accelerate US expansion plans
Primark, the international fashion retailer, is stepping up its US expansion with the announcement of three new store locations in the New York region: City Point in Brooklyn; Roosevelt Field in Garden City, Long Island; and Crossgates Mall in Albany.
BGMEA to collaborate with Primark on sustainability ambition
The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) President and Vice President met with Primark and its Associated British Foods (ABF) parent’s leaders to discuss Primark’s new wide-reaching sustainability strategy.
When in doubt, don’t throw it out! Penneys launch new clothes takeback scheme across Irish stores
Penneys is today launching a new clothes and textile recycling scheme in its 36 stores nationwide as it aims to make it more convenient for people to donate their pre-loved clothes and textiles and help give them a second life. This launches as new research into Irish consumers’ recycling behaviour found that a lack of drop off locations is a barrier, with the vast majority more likely to recycle clothing and footwear if they could do so in a store.
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