Dixons jobs boost
ELECTRICAL giant Dixons is hoping to move to a larger store in central Ipswich as part of a drive to improve customer service.The company is hoping to move to a two-storey unit in the Buttermarket shopping centre to expand its presence in the town.
ELECTRICAL giant Dixons is hoping to move to a larger store in central Ipswich as part of a drive to improve customer service.
The company is hoping to move to a two-storey unit in the Buttermarket shopping centre to expand its presence in the town.
It currently occupies a comparatively small shop unit in Tavern Street.
The new store would also be much nearer a car park - underneath the shopping centre - which is seen as vital for customers who may buy bulky items such as televisions, Computers or DVD players.
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It would be part of the growing Dixons XL brand of larger stores.
Dixons today announced it was taking on an extra 2,000 staff across Britain - including 100 in East Anglia.
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It made the announcement as it reported an increase in profits of 11 percent and comes just weeks after announcing that 106 smaller stores across the country would be closing.
A spokeswoman for the company was today unable to confirm when Dixons would move to the Buttermarket, or how many new jobs would be created in Ipswich as a result of the move.