Dublin, Ireland, August 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The team at SaveAFewBob.ie, Ireland’s one stop information shop for value conscious consumers is pleased to announce the launch of their new website www.SaveAFewBob.ie this week. The site shows Irish consumers how they can obtain better value on everyday spending by providing research, reviews and relevant monthly promotions.
This website, which is free to use, features independently commissioned research indicating what Irish consumers are currently paying for a particular product or service and determines whether they are getting value for money (this month’s topic is crèche costs).
Visitors to the site can expect to read value editorial; quality articles offering expert opinion and impartial advice from well known personalities such as; consumer chef and star of RTE’s ‘Heat’ programme, Kevin Dundon, former model and beauty expert, Laura Bermingham, Ireland’s foremost technology journalist, Adrian Weckler of the Sunday Business Post and Personal Finance journalist, Charlie Weston of The Irish Independent.
In addition carefully selected ‘Deals of the Month’ advertise relevant and attractive promotions bringing bargains to people when they are needed most.
“Governed by our ‘Know More, Spend Less’ philosophy, we believe that an informed consumer makes better purchasing decisions” states founder, Niall Mc Henry. “Our goal is to provide information to consumers on where they can obtain best value without sacrificing quality.
Explaining his decision to set up this business, Mc Henry says he felt that there was a gap in the market for such a site:
“I felt that there was no website offering ‘value conscious’ consumers the right mix of research, editorial and deals. What we wanted to do was to pull this information together to create a portal that informs consumers how they can save a few bob.”
To view the site visit www.saveafewbob.ie
Other useful links:
About Us http://www.saveafewbob.ie/about/
Creche survey findings http://www.saveafewbob.ie/creche-survey-june-2009/
About Founder Niall Mc Henry
Mc Henry is a graduate of Economics and French and also holds an MBA from UCD. He has had a varied career to now working in the meat processing, banking and property sectors in Dublin, New York and the South of France.
Most recently he was a Director of Overseas with Gunne New Homes, a division which he set up 4 years ago and managed until the downturn forced its closure last summer.
Mc Henry is determined to establish Save A Few Bob.ie as a household name, a brand consumers can trust and refer to on a regular basis when they are making purchasing decisions.