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Retail Business News - As the fashion industry has grown over the years, with more people shopping for garments and more clothing options than ever before, companies have had to show how quickly they can adapt. In the constantly evolving industry, brands everywhere have to stay up to date with the latest technological innovations so that their supply chain can keep up with an ever-growing demand. Luckily, technology is helping the industry along the way. High-tech, efficient, and sustainable supply chains are now more realistic than ever.


How Tech Can Transform the Fashion Industrys Supply Chain

Retail Business News - The fashion industry, like every other sector in the UK, has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. From the catwalk to the high street, the pandemic and the lockdown have changed the way the fashion industry functions. It has forced brands everywhere to rethink their processes and get back in tune with their customers.


How the World of Fashion Has Transformed During the Pandemic

Retail Business News - As we know, the rules around face coverings are changing all of the time and as per the latest update to the government s rules for the public In England, you must wear a face covering in the following indoor settings . This advice though, is not enforced across the retail sector.


The Ongoing Face Covering Debate. Do Face Shields Have the Advantage?

Retail Business News - A flooring retailer will this weekend open its first store in London and its 20th nationally. Strictly Come Dancing star Neil Jones will perform the opening of a new Flooring Superstore at Staples Corner Retail Park on Saturday 8th August.


Flooring retailer prepares to open first London store

Retail Business News - Wellbeing and self-care are hot right now, and for good reason. We ve seen wellbeing rise in popularity, particularly amongst women, for years, from luxurious wellness retreats to indulgent beauty treatments.


Top Tips to Boost Your Confidence Throughout Lockdown

Retail Business News - Consumer behaviour changed dramatically throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Food retailers such as Tesco created thousands of vacancies for new drivers to keep up with the increased demand of online shoppers. Conversely, high street stores up and down the country lay vacant, unable to trade given government restrictions.


4 trends to look out for on the high street

Retail Business News - Over the last year COVID has brought a mix of fortunes for road transport operators. Some sectors have thrived while others have fluctuated. RHA had produced a survey in 2020, that revealed 73 of haulage providers cashflow had significantly decreased in the first national lockdown.


Digital Initiatives to Adopt to Keep Our Haulage Business Competitive

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 - Since the first supermarket was opened in the US in 1930, the industry hasn t changed much. Supermarkets are handy places for us to go and pick up what we need, when we need it, all from one place. It s fair to say that expectations are limited when it comes to supermarkets customers know what s coming baskets, shelves, and checkouts.


Fresh Ideas How Amazon Is Transforming the Grocery Industry

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








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Retail Business News - Consumer behaviour changed dramatically throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Food retailers such as Tesco created thousands of vacancies for new drivers to keep up with the increased demand of online shoppers. Conversely, high street stores up and down the country lay vacant, unable to trade given government restrictions.


4 trends to look out for on the high street

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 - 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 - 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. Looking back at 2021, the festive season was the make or break for many retailers, according to 83 of marketers.


Top Tips for Couriers to be More Sustainable Over Christmas

Retail Business News - Vertu Mercedes-Benz Slough has supported Guru Maneyo Granth Gurdwara Food Support by donating a van to help the charity deliver food to local food banks. Volunteers at Guru Maneyo Granth Gurdwara, one of the largest Sikh temples in the UK, based on Bath Road, started the food support branch at the beginning of the pandemic.


Support For Local Food Banks With Van Donation From Vertu Mercedes-Benz Slough








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