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Retailers are adapting to social distancing by changing store layouts and simplifying customer flows in order to minimise COVID-19 risk to customers and staff. Offering VAT refunds for tourists, which requires checking customer eligibility, answering questions, printing and signing tax Read more…


Clothing manufacturers will need to be open to offering buyers significantly more flexibility if they hope to secure greater orders in a post-COVID world, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. Nations are gradually emerging from the pandemic, which Read more…


Expanding its offering, W, one of the leading women’s apparel brand, has forayed into the footwear market, with an exclusive range of fashionable Footapparel. A fine amalgamation of classic western designs, with a hint of Indian-ness, the collection is set Read more…


Customers arrive at an Olive Garden location in San Antonio, Texas. Callaghan O’Hare | Bloomberg | Getty Images Darden Restaurants said Monday it is providing paid sick leave for all hourly workers across its restaurant chains. Olive Garden’s parent company said Read more…


Kitchen in a cloud means ordering food from a website or an app without ever seeing the facility physically, which essentially means carrying forward the same trend of e-commerce cloud retail into food. No more high footfall locations to generate Read more…


Kitchen in a cloud means ordering food from a website or an app without ever seeing the facility physically, which essentially means carrying forward the same trend of e-commerce cloud retail into food. No more high footfall locations to generate Read more…

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