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Camile Thai's Like-For Like Sales In Ireland Increase 6%

By Dave Simpson

Camile Thai's like-for-like sales in Ireland increased 6% during the first half of 2020, while its sales in London rose 35%.

Camile Thai expects its turnover to amount to €30 million this year.

"Managing The Business Quite Well"

Having a lot of outlets in suburban locations and prioritising home delivery over dining-in have been beneficial to the company during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Sunday Times quotes Camile Thai founder Brody Sweeney as saying, "We're managing the business quite well [during the COVID-19 crisis], but the fact that we picked a model that was home delivery and suburban-based, that's just luck."

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