If you’re looking for something distinctly Irish for your loved ones this Christmas, Siopa.com is a great place to start looking. The Irish owned website has something for everyone, with Belleek Pottery, Newbridge Silverware, and Foxford Woollen Mills in stock as well as numerous small local producers.
Siopa.com provides a virtual shop window for quality and unique Irish made crafts and goods. Currently, their supply partners range from some of the long established popular Irish gift brands such as Waterford and Tipperary Crystal and Carraig Donn Knitwear as well as many of the smaller craft and jewelry makers such as Alan Ardiff Jewellery, Mullingar Pewter, Thomas Ferguson’s Irish Linen, and Boru Jewellery.
The site has a range of over 800 Irish products to choose from; whether you wish to buy a Christmas gift for someone or you’re treating yourself, you’re sure to find something you or the lucky recipient will cherish.
Siopa.com acts as a conduit to international markets for smaller artisan producers across Ireland. Currently Siopa.com supports more than one hundred indigenous Irish craft and gift businesses, giving them opportunity to market their wares to the world in a cost effective manner by tapping into the extensive experience of online marketing skills and world wide logistic capabilities that the Siopa.com team have.
This 100% Irish owned company is run by Irish online entrepreneur Lulu O’Sullivan, who has over 15 years online retail and global delivery experience with giftsdirect.com.
At the launch of the site, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny said, “This new online business will market a slice of Ireland to those who are proud to be connected in some way to Ireland, or appreciate the craft and workmanship that go into so many of the goods that signify this country.
“At a time of serious economic challenges in the country, I believe that Siopa.com represents the very best of Irish innovation and entrepreneurship with the real potential to grow jobs and exports. It is companies like these: export-led, online focused, that have the potential to return to Ireland and its people a sense of pride, financial stability, and hope for the future.”
For more information, please log onto www.siopa.com
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