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Grocery shopping frequency declines as pandemic concerns remain high

Consumers are shopping for groceries less but spending more than they did pre-pandemic. That’s according to the ninth COVID-19 grocery shopper research report from Acosta, which found that shopping once a week has declined 20% since the pandemic began, from 67% of shoppers to 47% of shoppers. The report also found that shoppers’ concerns about …

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All ROAMS lead to sales on the High Street – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Following the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are now tentatively starting to open their doors again hoping to regain lost footfall and much needed sales. Now however, one Durham based digital entrepreneur is driving customers back to the High Street using the latest APP technology.  Former jockey Andrew Bartlett (23) has developed the ROAM APP which …

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Government provides further support for High Street firms

The UK Government has extended measures to prevent struggling companies from eviction over the summer. The extension, until the end of September, comes alongside further support to help local businesses plan for economic recovery following the coronavirus pandemic. A new Code of Practice has been developed with leaders from the retail, hospitality and property sectors …

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After Covid-19: How will a socially distanced high street actually work? | Business

Britain’s once bustling high streets are now eerily quiet, with all non-essential shops closed and thousands of staff furloughed. Many may never reopen as the lockdown accelerates shifts to online shopping, while others will have to find ways to adapt to a radically different retail world of long-term social distancing rules and nervous customers afraid …

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High Street survey finds 63% of shoppers want to support independents

Supporting local businesses is one of the most important reasons to shop on high streets in the Midlands – according to a recent survey The survey conducted by Cartwright Communications aimed to gather data about the shopping habits of residents in Birmingham, Derby, Leicester, Lincoln and Nottingham, found that 63% of all respondents consider it highly …

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High Times magazine to open cannabis stores

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe A magazine that has been advocating for the legalization of marijuana for 45 years is getting into the retail business in two of the largest cannabis markets in the United States.  Hightimes Holdings, parent company of the storied High Times magazine, announced it will open …

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High Times magazine to open cannabis stores

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe A magazine that has been advocating for the legalization of marijuana for 45 years is getting into the retail business in two of the largest cannabis markets in the United States.  Hightimes Holdings, parent company of the storied High Times magazine, announced it will open …

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4 ways high street survivors are using experiential to fight back

The New Year arrives with the seemingly inevitable high street apocalypse still firmly on the radar, fuelled again recently by figures showing that 1,234 stores closed on Britain’s top 500 high streets in the first half of last year, according to research by PwC & LDC. And with Debenhams and Karen Millen among the latest to struggle, …

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High street crisis deepens as 3,150 staff lose jobs in a week | Business

Mothercare and Links of London will disappear from UK high streets this week as 94 stores close their doors for good, resulting in 3,150 job losses. All 79 Mothercare shops and 15 Links of London will have shut by Sunday night, after both companies collapsed into administration before Christmas. The latest wave of closures, with …

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Verizon: Holiday season ends on high note for e-retailers

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Online shoppers paused for Christmas Day, but otherwise stayed busy as elves through New Year’s Eve. Data from the Verizon Holiday Retail Index indicates there was a strong surge in e-commerce traffic during the final days before Christmas, with increases of 16% on Monday, Dec. …

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