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SHISEIDO
Drunk Elephant Account Manager - Arnotts Dublin (37.5 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 15h - Permanent - Dublin m/f
Permanent · DUBLIN 2
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 37,5h - Permanent - Dublin m/f
Permanent · DUBLIN 2
TAPESTRY
Sales Associate i - ce ir Arnotts (Women) (37.5 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
LEVI'S
Summer Stylist Temp
Fixed-term · Kildare
RITUALS
Store Manager - Dundrum (40 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 15h - Permanent- bt Dundrum m/f
Permanent · DUBLIN
CLAUDIE PIERLOT IRLANDE
Sales Assistant - 10h - Fixed-Term - bt Dundrum m/f
Fixed-term · DUBLIN
LULULEMON
Educator | Brown Thomas Grafton st Part-Time
Permanent · Dublin 2
BA&SH
New Opening - Staff Members - Dundrum Dublin
Permanent · DUBLIN
LULULEMON
Key Leader | Brown Thomas Grafton st
Permanent · Dublin
AMERICAN VINTAGE
Assistant Store Manager (M/W) New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
BA&SH
Sales Assistant - Kildare Village - New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
BA&SH
Store Manager - Kildare Village - New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
AMERICAN VINTAGE
Store Manager (M/W) New Opening
Permanent · KILDARE
RITUALS
Sales Advisor - Arnotts Dublin (30 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin 1
SHISEIDO
Nars Makeup Artist - Brown Thomas Dublin (15 Hours)
Permanent · Dublin
TK MAXX
10014-Associate
Permanent · Drogheda
LULULEMON
Store Manager | Brown Thomas Cork
Permanent · Cork
LULULEMON
Educator Part-Time | Dundrum
Permanent · Dublin
LULULEMON
Educator Full - Time | Dundrum
Permanent · Dublin
LEVI'S
Part-Time Stylist
Permanent · Dublin
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Feb 18, 2016
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Puma sees 'female future' as Rihanna helps drive sales

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Feb 18, 2016

Puma said strong demand for shoes it launched as part of a partnership with singer Rihanna helped drive better-than-expected sales growth in the fourth quarter, making the German sportswear firm optimistic for a better 2016.

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After losing ground to market leaders Nike and Adidas, Puma is trying to tap into booming sales of women's sportswear by appointing Rihanna as creative director, saying on Thursday: "We believe the future is female".

Puma said quarterly sales rose a currency-adjusted 11.5 percent to 879 million euros ($979 million), beating average analyst forecasts for 839 million.

Earnings before interest and taxation (EBIT) rose 2.6 percent to 10.9 million, also ahead of forecasts for 6.5 million, although the net loss of 4.3 million was more than the 2 million analysts had predicted.

Given a busy sports calendar with the Rio Olympics, European soccer championships and Copa America, Puma said it expected sales growth of a high single digit rate as well as improved EBIT and net earnings for 2016.

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