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Retail Business News - LSH Auto colleagues and Mercedes-Benz vehicles will join the iconic Birmingham Pride Parade before making their way to a Mercedes-Benz stand in the main festival area for the duration of the celebrations. Ian Williams, Head of Human Resources for LSH Auto, said We are delighted to support Birmingham Pride in its aim to build a community where all people are free to live without fear or prejudice.


LSH Auto supports Birmingham Pride 2021

Retail Business News - Manchester-based tile retailer Porcelain Superstore has recorded a seventh consecutive year of growth, after seeing more than a 100 increase in year-on-year turnover. Sales at the family-run business topped 13.


Porcelain Superstore see sales more than double to £13.5million

Retail Business News - When the knock-on effects of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent UK lockdowns are discussed, much of the focus is on the negative impact on the economy, our physical health, and our mental health. But, while the damaging effects are unlike anything we ve ever witnessed, it s not all doom and gloom.


What We Can Learn From Organisations Who Flourished During COVID

Retail Business News - Five years after forming his Newcastle based influential designer street wear brand, Gambian born Lamin Gibba is helping to bring the community together and addressing physical and mental health issues amongst young people through the sport of skateboarding. Lamin started Jerry J Clothing in 2016 after attending college in Newcastle.


Fashion Firm Ramps Up For Young People

Retail Business News - A risqu card has raised old rivalries ahead of Yorkshire Day August 1st . Lancastrian pride was wounded by a card that reads Proper chuffed tha s not from Lancashire . It has sold like Eccles cakes ahead of Yorkshire s pride day.


War of the Roses ignited again on Yorkshire Day by greetings card company

Retail Business News - For the majority of the UK, Christmas is still miles away as we re currently enjoying the summer holidays. However, for retailers it s a different story.


Top Tips for Couriers to be More Sustainable Over Christmas

Retail Business News - Haulage is one of the most essential sectors in the UK. This became especially clear in 2020 when multiple national lockdowns forced bricks-and-mortar shops to close, increasing retail s reliance on haulage and logistics.


Can Technology Reduce Worker Stress in Haulage?

Retail Business News - Retail and e-commerce platforms have faced many challenges through the shift in shopping habits. The awareness of environmental impacts has increased, with people paying more attention to sustainable processes rather than just the end product.


Logistics packaging Cost effective, green alternatives

Retail Business News - At Mercedes-Benz of Stockport, customers enjoyed a tropical theme to hold onto the summer vibe with the showroom dressed, mocktails, a DJ, disco lights, tiki bar and competitions. The lower ground floor was turned in to a huge handover bay with a full row of cars waiting to be collected by excited customers.


Successful new registration handovers for LSH Auto

Retail Business News - Ventrica the fast-growth multilingual customer service specialist is expanding into Jamaica with the launch of its new operation in Montego Bay.


VENTRICA ANNOUNCE JAMAICA LAUNCH








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Retail Business News - Most buyers prefer to purchase cars in person rather than online, according to an extensive study by leading automotive retailer Vertu Motors plc.


Study reveals most people still prefer to visit a dealership to buy a car

Retail Business News - Liverpool is where it all began for Lucy Jones Lingerie. Soon after graduating from the City s University, Lucy launched her fledgling business from a studio in Victoria Street in 1980. Very soon her lingerie was being stocked by all the best department stores in London and boutiques across the UK.


Lucy back in Liverpool for this weekend's show

Retail Business News - Ross Walker is celebrating the third anniversary of his oven cleaning business Ovenu Stonehaven with a customer service award. The 47-year-old, who previously worked in the oil and gas industry, received a diamond rating from online ratings platform Trustist having gained a clean sweep of more than 300 maximum five-star customer reviews.


Ross marks businesss third anniversary with customer service award

Retail Business News - The leading commercial landlords today confirmed that 54,526 sq. ft. had been let in the first half of 2021 in a strong show of retail confidence on the Park, aimed at serving a fast-returning consumer looking for great shopping and leisure experiences.


Bolton retail park in lettings boost

Retail Business News - The popularity of pop-up shops Pop-up shops brought 2.3 billion to the UK economy annually prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. We could see this rise again with most restrictions eased.


INSIGHTS Bridging The Gap Between Online and Offline Retail

Retail Business News - At Mercedes-Benz of Stockport, customers enjoyed a tropical theme to hold onto the summer vibe with the showroom dressed, mocktails, a DJ, disco lights, tiki bar and competitions. The lower ground floor was turned in to a huge handover bay with a full row of cars waiting to be collected by excited customers.


Successful new registration handovers for LSH Auto

Retail Business News - Manchester-based tile retailer Porcelain Superstore has recorded a seventh consecutive year of growth, after seeing more than a 100 increase in year-on-year turnover. Sales at the family-run business topped 13.5m during their financial year, which ran from September 1, 2020 to August 31, 2021.


Porcelain Superstore see sales more than double to £13.5million

Retail Business News - Richard Winter is celebrating his second anniversary at the helm of oven valeting service Ovenu Wakefield with a diamond award for customer service excellence. He previously worked as a sub-contractor for the former franchisee for two years when an opportunity arose to take over the business in the summer of 2019 allowing him to fulfil a long-held ambition to become his own boss.


Richard marks second year in business with customer service award

Retail Business News - Ventrica the fast-growth multilingual customer service specialist is expanding into Jamaica with the launch of its new operation in Montego Bay. The new site opened this week is designed to support Ventrica clients in the US, UK and European markets requiring lower cost but high-quality English language customer service support.


VENTRICA ANNOUNCE JAMAICA LAUNCH

Retail Business News - LSH Auto colleagues and Mercedes-Benz vehicles will join the iconic Birmingham Pride Parade before making their way to a Mercedes-Benz stand in the main festival area for the duration of the celebrations.


LSH Auto supports Birmingham Pride 2021

Retail Business News - When it comes to our favourite films, we love them for all sorts of reasons. Maybe it s nostalgic and has you reminiscing about your childhood. Perhaps it s one of the few things that can cheer you up after a bad day. Or maybe it s the wardrobes on show. We know that style isn t the only thing that makes a movie, but it certainly makes it more interesting.


The 5 Most Iconic Bags in Movie History

Retail Business News - Online fishmonger, Seafresh, has expanded into new premises at Moss Industrial Estate in Leigh after a year of phenomenal growth. The national retailer, which specialises in sourcing the highest quality air blasted frozen fish and seafood, has moved into a new 2,146 sq. ft. unit, double the size of its previous one.


Business is booming for Leigh-based online fishmonger

Retail Business News - Ovenu Bracknell, the specialist oven cleaning business, is expanding to meet demand for its services by taking on additional valeters.


Bracknell oven cleaning business continues to expand to meet demand from local p

Retail Business News - Founded in 2018 by brothers Chris and Greg Dalziel alongside Glen Page, Perfume Direct specialises in selling branded fragrances and gift sets with an expanding range of beauty, skin and haircare products.


Sweet Smell of Success for Perfume Direct

Retail Business News - When the knock-on effects of the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent UK lockdowns are discussed, much of the focus is on the negative impact on the economy, our physical health, and our mental health. But, while the damaging effects are unlike anything we ve ever witnessed, it s not all doom and gloom.


What We Can Learn From Organisations Who Flourished During COVID

Retail Business News - FURNITURE and interiors business Arighi Bianchi has announced Sarah Bianchi as its new Managing Director, as the Cheshire-based retailer embarks on an ambitious phase of growth to cement itself as a national brand, challenging online furniture store stalwarts such as John Lewis, Made.com and Next.


Arighi Bianchi appoints new Managing Director to furnish national expansion

Retail Business News - A new bus service connecting South Tyneside with the Royal Quays Outlet Centre in North Shields is proving beneficial for shoppers, the outlet centre, and the bus operator.


New Bus Route Brings Success To Outlet

Retail Business News - Five years after forming his Newcastle based influential designer street wear brand, Gambian born Lamin Gibba is helping to bring the community together and addressing physical and mental health issues amongst young people through the sport of skateboarding. Lamin started Jerry J Clothing in 2016 after attending college in Newcastle.


Fashion Firm Ramps Up For Young People

Retail Business News - New research, carried out on behalf of Vansdirect, has shown the lengths people are going to when an online shopping purchase is due for delivery. The study of 2,000 adults found that 1 in 3 people have cancelled plans to sit in and wait for a delivery. 1 in 4 have taken time off work when a parcel is expected.


Millions of adults cancel plans and wait at home for parcel deliveries

Retail Business News - Haulage is one of the most essential sectors in the UK. This became especially clear in 2020 when multiple national lockdowns forced bricks-and-mortar shops to close, increasing retail s reliance on haulage and logistics.


Can Technology Reduce Worker Stress in Haulage?








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