While charity shops are now expected to be a treasure trove of "gems" when they reopen due to people clearing out their homes, there are still a number of concerns for both staff and shoppers when its comes to coronavirus.

How charity shops are adapting amid Covid-19

Charity shops face unique challenges as they reopen around the country, like how customers, staff & volunteers will be protected.
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Can Next or M&S turn Victoria’s Secret around?

Can the US lingerie retailer be turned around by the British retail giants, should they end up buying it out of administration?
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Intu: What went wrong?

Intu fell into administration last week after crunch talks with its lenders were unsuccessful. Where did it all go wrong?
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Why pop-ups are so prominent in retail

Pop-ups are nothing new to retail. From shopping centres, airports to festivals, pop-ups are a billion pound industry
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How can retailers prevent crime against shopworkers?

How will retailers tackle the additional challenge of having to prevent crime against shop workers?
What are UK’s top retailers doing about racial and ethnic disparity in the boardroom

What are the UK’s top retailers doing to improve racial & ethnic diversity in...

The Retail Gazette asked retailers in the FTSE 350 to tell us about their racial and ethnic diversity policies.
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Reopened stores present a new way of shopping – is it viable?

With non-essential shops having opened on Monday, retailers were faced with the challenge of inviting fearful customers back..
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Monsoon Accessorize: What went wrong?

We take a look at Monsoon's history to figure out where it all went downhill and how other brands can avoid a similar demise.
As protests continue across the world in support of the Black Lives Matter movement following the murder of Minneapolis man George Floyd, here the retailers who have gone a step further than releasing statements by making monetary donations.

Here are the retailers going beyond solidarity for Black Lives Matter

Hhere the retailers who have gone a step further to take tangible action rather than just merely express "solidarity".
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Victoria’s Secret: What went wrong?

After years of scandal and declining sales, the iconic lingerie retailer Victoria's Secret is struggling to survive..

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[Webinar] Rising to Today’s Retail Sanitation Challenge

Welcome Back Your Customers Through Best Practices & Robotics The recent health crisis has prioritized cleaning efficacy in retail environments around the globe. But what...