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Iceland heralds Middle Eastern expansion push after Libya store success Friday, 10th May 2013
Frozen food retailer Iceland is set to kick off a radical international expansion push in the Middle East after its store in war-torn Tripoli mustered a group of loyal Libyan customers.
Iceland Foods launches discount scheme for the Armed Forces Saturday, 8th December 2012
Iceland Foods has launched a ten per cent discount card for members of the British Armed Forces.
Iceland launches brand new focus on customer feedback Wednesday, 11th July 2012
Iceland Foods has revealed a new focus in its customer relations strategy, placing feedback, community spirit and brand perception at the heart of its operations. Developed in partnership with customer experience management Empathica, ‘My Iceland’ has been designed to capture feedback from Iceland customers, with the aim of identifying issues that will help the brand to continue developing the brand’s customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Top retailers dominate seminar programme at Retail Business Technology Expo 2012 Monday, 12th March 2012
The Retail Business Technology Expo is kicking off today with a host of world-class retailers and industry experts slated to attend.
Malcolm Walker to buy Iceland back in £1.66bn deal Friday, 9th March 2012
Iceland is to be bought by its founder Malcolm Walker, according to Sky.
Iceland sets its sights on Eastern Europe with new store in Czech Republic Friday, 24th February 2012
Iceland Foods opened its first store in the Czech Republic last month as the frozen foods retailer eyes further expansion in Eastern Europe.