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Tag: lockdown

Here are all the retailers that have made job cuts since lockdown

According to figures compiled by the PA news agency, the retail bloodbath has claimed or put under threat at least 41,400 UK jobs since the lockdown in late March. Meanwhile, data from the Centre for Retail Research published in July revealed that at least 24,348 jobs have already been lost across insolvent UK retailers this …

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Ireland eyes return to normality, but lockdown shopping habits die hard, Kantar reports – Retail Times

The latest figures from Kantar reveal that take-home grocery sales in Ireland increased by 23.2% during the 12 weeks to 12 July 2020. Three months of increased spending meant an additional €577.7 million passed through tills while the nation continued to work from home, and pubs, bars and restaurants remained closed until the end of June. However, there …

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Younger shoppers ordered online more often in lockdown than older shoppers, despite the environmental impact: study

  Younger shoppers may be perceived as the most eco-conscious members of society, but in Covid-19 lockdown they have defied those expectations by ordering 50% more online deliveries than older shoppers, new research suggests.   An study from locker company InPost, carried out by Censuswide, questioned 2,000 UK adults who make decisions about shopping in …

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Buy now, pay whenever? Lockdown lift for online shopping loans, Retail News, ET Retail

By : Nikhil Nainan Browsing online during lockdown, Jessica Friend spotted a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses she liked, but the price tag made the 30-year-old Ohio resident think twice. What persuaded her to click ‘buy’, Friend said, was the short-term credit offered by Afterpay, which split the $260 payment into four interest-free instalments. Afterpay is …

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‘I think everybody’s going to behave’: Mancunians cautious as lockdown eases | World news

Amid sporadic drizzle, Mancunians in the city centre welcomed the easing of lockdown with some trepidation. While residents flocked to Manchester’s hairdressers for much-needed trims and root touch-ups, many of the physically distanced tables at its restaurants and bars were empty at lunchtime. At Nicky Oliver Hairdressing in the city’s Northern Quarter, eager customers wearing …

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English pubs pour first pints for customers since lockdown began | Food & drink industry

English pubs poured their first pints since mid-March on Saturday morning, some as early as 6am, after laws allowing them to open their doors came into effect. While the vast majority of pubs do not have a licence to serve at the crack of dawn, several welcomed customers for a breakfast-time drink, after more than …

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Boohoo booms as Leicester garment factories are linked to lockdown | UK news

On 27 March, even as the rest of the UK were trying to make sense of how to get through the coronavirus crisis, Boohoo seemed to have nailed it. It was a Friday, and usually the fast-fashion brand’s irrepressibly bouncy Twitter account would be pitching dresses and shoes to its followers ahead of a night …

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Leicester residents could be fined up to £3,200 for breaching new lockdown laws | World news

The government has published its local lockdown rules for Leicester, which will see most businesses shutting their doors once again. The new regulations, published on Friday afternoon, come into force on Saturday, when pubs, restaurants and hairdressers can open in the rest of England. Anyone who breaks the rules in Leicester could be fined £100, …

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‘Lockdown would have cascading effect on apparel industry’

Traders’ body the Apparel and Handloom Exporters’ Association representing around 400 micro, small and medium enterprises in the state on Sunday said the ongoing lockdown has caused a cascading effect on the deliveries of goods committed till September. According to a PTI report: The Association’s honorary secretary Nishanth Jain said the workforce was largely affected …

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Springfields Outlet Reopens Post Lockdown with Transactional Spend Increase – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Re-opening to the public last week, Springfields Outlet and Leisure in Lincolnshire has once again demonstrated its resilience. Since reopening last Monday 15th June 2020, average transactional spend has increased by 11% across the three quarters of stores which have reopened. A further tranche of stores are reopening imminently, and others, including food and beverage and …

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