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Madison reveals plans to increase Republic of Ireland service levels

Madison has been operating in the Republic of Ireland for a number of years and has today announced a batch of new initiatives to deliver an enhanced service to its customers in the Irish market, the firm told BikeBiz.

During May, Madison will be exhibiting at the first Irish Cycling Show in Dublin.

Madison said: "This is an exciting debut for Madison and we have no doubt it will be a busy and successful show for all involved. If you plan to be at the show then feel free to come to the Madison stand and get a taste of our wide brand and product portfolio.

"Madison is very focused on supporting Irish customers of all sizes, from small IBDs through to larger operations and we look forward to gaining more valued custom throughout the Republic of Ireland. Madison’s industry leading portfolio of brands, unbeatable stock availability and award-winning B2B system is available to anyone with a Madison account, so there has never a better time to open an account with Madison."

Madison’s dedicated account manager for the Republic of Ireland is Val Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth is based in Dublin, looks looks after parts and accessories, apparel and bikes and can be contacted at

Madison added: "Opening an account is quick and easy and Val will be happy to progress all and any account openings. Our Business-to-Business website and accompanying iPhone/iPad app is priced in Euros and all billing between Madison and our customers in the Republic of Ireland will also be conducted in Euros, making dealing with Madison a hassle-free process.

"Madison is investing more and more in developing our business in the Republic of Ireland and we look forward to welcoming new customers over the coming weeks and months."

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