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Black-owned businesses report boost in sales on Blackout Day

Michael De Los Santos saw a big boost in sales on Blackout Day as consumers supported his BBQ sauce business. Source: Michael De Los Santos As activists and allies spread the word about Blackout Day, some Black-owned businesses said they saw a boost in support. The movement urged both Black consumers and others to either …

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Boris Johnson issues reopening rules for businesses in England | World news

After Boris Johnson announced that thousands of businesses in England, from pubs to bingo halls, would be able to reopen on 4 July, the government has begun publishing sector-by-sector guidance setting out how they can do so. Here are some of the key points: Hair salons and other ‘close-contact’ services Hair salons must keep a …

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Back to work: businesses gear up for life after lockdown | Retail industry

Pubs, restaurants, cafes and hairdressers in England will reopen on 4 July and business owners have been preparing with a mix of excitement and trepidation. Mitch Tonks, chef-proprietor Seahorse, Dartmouth and Rockfish restaurants “We’re in the entertainment business,” says chef Mitch Tonks. “We create restaurants so that people can relax and have a wonderful time. …

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Now is the time for businesses to make themselves more accessible and inclusive with immersive tech

The lockdown has truly shed a light on how isolation, loneliness and exclusion can affect us so there is no better time than the present to incorporate immersive marketing tools into business strategies to provide a more inclusive and accessible service. With 360 and Virtual Reality video technology, products and experiences become accessible from anywhere …

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Coronavirus round-up: Forrester predictions on global sales, Co-op Central England, Intu and as small businesses move online fast

We’re reporting on the effect of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on the way UK shoppers buy – and on how retailers are responding to that changing behaviour. This update comes as, as of 9am on April 30, 171,253 people have tested positive for coronavirus and 26,771 people have died following a positive Covid-19 test result. …

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COVID-19 and Food Safety: Guidance for food businesses

The world is facing an unprecedented threat from the COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus (refer to other COVID-19 virus). Many countries are following the advice from the Word Health organization (WHO) regarding the introduction of physical distancing measures as one of the ways in which transmission of the disease can be reduced. Click Here …

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How businesses are planning to bring workers back after coronavirus

At some point, the biggest American companies are going to tell their employees it’s time to leave home and return to work.  That decision will be fraught with risk without widespread testing for the COVID-19 virus. For some industries, such as Wall Street banks, ubiquitous testing is essential to bringing back their workforce to offices …

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High street hardest hit as coronavirus takes toll on UK businesses | World news

The coronavirus pandemic has put millions of UK jobs at risk as companies struggle to cope with the financial strain created by the shutdown. A recent British Chambers of Commerce survey found a majority of firms had just three months of cash or less left in their coffers. The hardest-hit sectors have been high-street businesses …

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Small businesses find themselves waiting for updates on loan approvals

Jen Morrow is eagerly awaiting an update from her community bank, Sandy Spring, on a $30,000 loan request for her book store, Bards Alley, in Vienna, Virginia. Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, Morrow has gone from 12 employees to a staff of just three, including herself, as her bookstore — typically filled with book …

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Howard Schultz says small businesses need more help from government

Howard Schultz said Monday he worries that many small restaurants and retailers may struggle to survive the coronavirus economic halt without additional help from the U.S. government. “If we don’t provide a backstop for the restaurants, I suspect that we could see a situation around the country in which approximately 30% or more of small, …

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