Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Covid-19 doesn’t have to mean the end of indie retail comment Gary Williams Hatton Garden BID opinion

COMMENT: Why Covid-19 doesn’t have to mean the end of indie retail

Stores may be closed but there are ways indies retailers come back fighting when the crisis is over, Gary Williams writes.
Tesco expands click & collect to meet soaring demand; Aldi relaxes rations

Tesco expands click & collect to meet soaring demand; Aldi relaxes rations

Tesco has expanded its home delivery and click-and-collect services after a surge in demand while Aldi is relaxing some rations.
Boris Johnson urged to lockdown non-essential workplaces

Boris Johnson urged to lockdown non-essential workplaces

Boris Johnson urged to introduce strict & enforceable closure of all non-essential workplaces, such as online fashion retailers.
Consumer confidence weakens amid coronavirus fears

Consumer confidence weakens amid coronavirus fears

Consumer confidence fell by two points in March after three consecutive months of positive figures.
China’s retail sector is not due to fully recover for the coronavirus outbreak until the second half of 2020, according to experts.

China’s retail market not set to recover fully until 2nd half of 2020

China’s retail sector is not due to fully recover for the coronavirus outbreak until the second half of 2020.
WHSmith and Sainsbury’s extends their supply partnership to hospitals to help support NHS staff amid the coronavirus outbreak. WHSmith will be stocking an extended range of grocery products in partnership with Sainsbury’s to “support the needs of NHS staff and make it easier for them to buy food and essential items”.

WHSmith partners with Sainsbury’s to sell groceries in hospitals

WHSmith and Sainsbury’s extends their supply partnership to hospitals to help support NHS staff amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Oasis and Warehouse Oasis & Warehouse covid-19

Coronavirus: Oasis & Warehouse supplier payments delayed

Oasis and Warehouse have reportedly informed suppliers that payments will be delayed as a result of protecting the business
In a bid to protect the business amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Urban Outfitters has told suppliers it can no longer accept delivery of goods on orders, and will cancel all undelivered orders.

Coronavirus: Urban Outfitters invokes force majeure clause

Urban Outfitters declines the delivery of goods on purchase orders & cancels all undelivered orders amid Covid-19 outbreak.
Going digital during lockdown? Here's what you need to know Snag Tights CEO Brie Read

COMMENT: Going digital during lockdown? Here’s what you need to know

Snag Tights founder Brie Read provides tips on how retailers can benefit from adapting their digital strategy during coronavirus.
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Zalando adopts protective measures in response to Covid-19

Zalando has released a statement concerning the security measures it will implement to protect both its business and staff

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