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Benefits of face mask – RetailBlog.com Retail Business Retail Sales Retail Jobs News Blog

COVID 19 has created more havoc than any pandemic in our lifetime. To keep yourself and your families save, Wearing a Face Mask can mean life and death to many. Wearing a Face Mask will help you stay protected as well as show other’s you are being proactive in helping others stay safe. Wearing a …

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The North Face: Bottle Source Collection – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Limited edition t-shirts crafted from single-use plastic collected in the Alps The North Face brings a new collection straight from the heart of the Mountains. Bottle Source has been produced from 18,000kgs of plastic bottles collected from waste streams in the Alps. The limited edition Recover Tee embodies the ethos of the brand, enabling exploration …

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Retailers concerned over policing face mask legislation

From 24 July shoppers not wearing a face covering in shops across England will risk a £100 fine. The British Retail Consortium has stressed retailers must not be required to enforce the legislation. Chief executive Helen Dickinson said: “With hundreds of incidents of violence and abuse directed at retail staff every day, we welcome the …

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Boris Johnson suggests face coverings could become mandatory in shops

Face coverings are currently compulsory on public transport and in hospitals in England, while in Scotland people are legally obliged to wear face coverings inside shops and on public transport. // PM Boris Johnson wants “stricter” rules around face coverings in confined spaces, like shops // Downing Street is reportedly looking into the issue and …

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Retail Marketers Face Privacy And Data Ethics Regulations

To understand how Forrester’s predictions will unfold in the retail industry in 2020, my colleague Madeline Cyr and I interviewed experts within Forrester for our “Applying 2020 Predictions To Retail” series. To learn more about how privacy and data ethics regulations will affect retail marketers, we spoke with Andrew Hogan and Fatemeh Khatibloo, who are …

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Dadu’s showcase the new emerging face of Indian contemporary luxury

Dadu’s utilises old-world charm and grandeur to showcase the new emerging face of Indian contemporary luxury. The Hyderabad outlet, designed by Dhruva Kalra of RMDK Architects is divided into two major zones. One houses the restaurant, while the other houses their sweet and ice cream junction. A wide array of materials, colours and textures have …

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Coronavirus, the biggest challenge to face – The Fashion Retailer

The aim of The Fashion Retailer blog has been to provide an updated overview of the  artistic and scientific approach to the business of Fashion, from design to operations. Fashion is a form of social expression, and today that millions of people are staying home because of the coronavirus disease, it´s time to make a …

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‘SMEs face e-commerce trade barriers’, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: Overall cost of cross-border logistics, customs clearance of low-value items, and tax & trade barriers in export markets are some of the major issues faced by small and medium enterprises in India in international e-commerce, revealed a report. These companies can up their exports, employment and production growth by around 30%, provided these …

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Uber must soon face up to task of picking up some serious money | Nils Pratley | Business

Uber was smart to get itself listed on the New York stock exchange before the WeWork fiasco. There’s now a much-needed mood of scepticism on Wall Street towards cash-burning companies whose horizon for profitability stretches into the middle distance. Uber might find it harder today to raise $8bn (£6.2bn) at a whizzy valuation. As it …

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Asda could face consumer backlash as it enforces new contracts | Business

Almost all Asda’s 120,000 workers who are paid by the hour have signed new contracts with the supermarket chain ahead of a deadline it extended to midnight on Saturday. The retailer, owned by US giant Walmart, has been at the centre of a lengthy and high-profile row over the imposition of the new contracts, which …

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