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Day: April 3, 2020

Not all retailers will ‘weather’ coronavirus pandemic

Lululemon announced Thursday that it will be paying all its workers through June 1, whether or not its stores reopen before then, amid the coronavirus pandemic.  Lululemon also has paid all its April rent to landlords. A hotly debated topic in the industry has been which retailers and restaurants will not be able to send in …

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UK retail footfall down 85% over two months, Google data reveals | Business

Footfall at British retailers is down 85% over the past two months, according to location data gathered by Google, with some areas effectively coming to a complete halt as the government’s lockdown hits. Visits to retail and recreation establishments in Rutland, Britain’s smallest county, were down 100% compared with the pre-February baseline, while four other …

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DPIIT, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi: The government has held several meetings with e-commerce players to resolve their issues which they have been facing due to the lockdown , and now there is an improvement everyday, a top government official said on Friday. Secretary in the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) Guruprasad Mohapatra said that …

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ChargedUp supports the fight against COVID-19 – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

ChargedUp, a phone charging network, is switching its network of charging stations to hand sanitiser stations, in an initiative dubbed CleanedUp aimed at supporting the UK’s efforts to combat COVID-19. Utilising its UK manufacturing partners ChargedUp is converting its free-standing phone charging stations into hand sanitising dispensers, to be used in supermarkets; train stations; pharmacies; …

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ShopClues introduces contactless delivery of essentials

Doing its bit to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus through people-to-people contact, e-commerce firm ShopClues has canceled its cash-on-delivery mode of payment for all essential items, urging customers to pay online for their purchases. On its part, ShopClues has stepped up its level of hygiene and sanitation at the warehouses where the goods …

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