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Graiguecullen based interiors retailer Lawlor’s Furniture & Flooring have achieved Business All-Star Accreditation for the second consecutive year. Lawlor’s Furniture And Flooring is a 100% Irish, family owned and operated furniture and flooring retailer, offering superb customer service, quality furniture and flooring products. The Carlow business has been named All-Star Leinster Furniture & Flooring Company 2022 by the AIBF, in recognition of its outstanding contribution to quality & standards in the furniture & flooring sector.

Business All-Star Accreditation is an independently verified standard mark for indigenous businesses, based on rigorous selection criteria.

Sarah Collins, Megan Byrne, Eva McEvoy, Jordan O’Gorman, Damien Lawlor, Paul O’Connor, Shane Kelly, Padraig O’Connor and Jason Hanley. Photo: michaelorourkephotography.ie

 

Reacting to the announcement, Lawlor’s Furniture & Flooring MD Damien Lawlor said: “We are delighted to be honoured with this accolade for two years running. Over the last six years, Lawlor’s has been growing from a team of two to a team of ten, from a local supplier to now a destination showroom. We have a passion for delighting our customers and are committed to delivering products that are top quality, long-lasting and perfect for making a house into a home. This award has further cemented all of our efforts over the past number of years.”

Deputy Chair on the Adjudication Board Kieran Ring, said in support of the announcement: “Lawlor’s Furniture & Flooring has achieved All-Star Leinster Furniture & Flooring Company 2022, in recognition of the company’s outstanding contribution to quality & standards in the furniture & flooring sector. Furthermore, we wish to recognise Lawlor’s conduct in the areas of trust, commitment, performance & customer-centricity. Lawlor’s Furniture & Flooring is hereby included in the AIBF Register Of Irish Business Excellence for the second year in a row.”

Managing Director of the All-Ireland Business Foundation Kapil Khanna said the accreditation, which is now held by over 500 firms, is needed by the thousands of small and medium businesses which operate to their own standards but have nothing to measure them by. He said: “We evaluate a company’s background, trustworthiness and performance, and we speak to customers, employees and vendors. We also anonymously approach the company as a customer and report back on the experience. The business goes through at least two interviews and is scored on every part of the process against set metrics.”

The All-Ireland Business Foundation (AIBF) is an autonomous national accreditation body tasked with enterprise development and the promotion of Best-in-Class in Irish business.

 

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