Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Morrisons COVID-19 pandemic lockdown

Coronavirus: Morrisons reinstates door marshals as UK prepares for second wave

Morrisons has reportedly appointed door marshals for a second time this year to its stores as it prepares for a second wave
Superdry trading update covid-19

Superdry warns of Covid-19 disruption as profits nosedive 210%

Superdry has warned that the Covid pandemic will continue to affect its trading performance after profits dropped by a colossal..

£95m government funding launched to aid high street recovery

High streets across England are set to benefit from a £95 million government-funded scheme to help them recover.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for extension to business rates holiday

Gov’t in “listening mode” on business rates holiday extension – Sadiq Khan

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said the UK Gov't is in “listening mode” after he urged them to extend the business rates holiday.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for extension to business rates holiday

London Mayor Sadiq Khan calls for extension to business rates holiday

London Mayor Sadiq Khan is urging the UK Government to extend the business rates holiday for another year.
Back to school is usually a one of the largest seasons for retailers however this year the coronavirus outbreak has meant that retailers need to adapt alongside shifting consumer habits as parents prioritise not only practicality but safety.

How retailers approached Back To School season this year

How exactly did did retailers create desirable in-shopping experiences for these uncertain parent?
Westfield owner posts improving sales & footfall since lockdown

Westfield owner to raise £3.2bn as it posts improving sales & footfall

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has revealed recovering footfall and sales figures across its shopping centres since lockdowns ended.
Co-operative CO-OP trading update covid-19 pandemic Steve Murrells

Co-op’s first-half profit doubles as consumers shop locally

The Co-op has seen profits rise amid the Covid-19 pandemic as customers increasingly shopped in stores. The convenience..
John Lewis Partnership swings to £635m half-year loss & axes bonus

John Lewis Partnership swings to £635m half-year loss & axes bonus

John Lewis is reportedly drawing up plans to slash the size of its London flagship store on Oxford Street in an effort to..
Retailers protected from evictions until 2021 as gov't extends ban

Retailers protected from evictions until 2021 as gov’t extends ban

The UK Government has announced it is extending support to stop business evictions until the end of 2020.

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The new festive shopping report

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