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US Retailers Must Prepare For Q4 Amid Pandemic Disruption

Q4 contributes a significant part of many retailers’ annual revenues and profits. As of mid-Q3, factors like high unemployment, a resurgence in COVID-19 cases, short-term and permanent store closures, and the expiration of the US Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program are making it challenging for US retailers to plan for Q4. We’ve created a collection …

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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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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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Innovation is key to helping retailers and customers navigate through the new normal

Jul 10 2020 Alex Barnes Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Lanterne As restrictions start to ease across the UK and crowds begin to gather, now more than ever businesses are relying on technology to support social distancing measures and ensure public spaces are kept safe. …

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Retailers and restaurants enter a very different landscape

The Ledbury As non-essential retailers reopen their stores for the first time in three months they return to a very different environment to the one they left when lockdown was enforced. Over the coming weeks they will realise that some elements of their operations will be changed indefinitely and there will unfortunately be some casualties …

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No-deal Brexit will raise cost of UK household staples, say retailers | Brexit

The cost of household staples, ranging from meat and cheese to school uniforms and drinking glasses, will substantially increase if there is no Brexit trade deal, British retailers have warned. With just six months to go before the UK leaves the EU entirely by exiting the single market and the European customs union, retailers fear …

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E-commerce sales surge for food & grocery retailers in April-June quarter, Retail News, ET Retail

Kolkata/Mumbai: The contribution of e-commerce and home delivery of orders has surged to a record 15-20% for India’s top food and grocery retail chains during the April-June quarter as compared to 3-5% earlier, indicating a distinct shift in shopping habits due to the Covid-19 pandemic in India. Leading brick-and-mortar chains such as Reliance Retail, Spencer’s …

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Mobile app use surges 40% in Q2: here’s what retailers need to know

Apps got a huge boost from lockdown, changing how retailers need to think It comes as no surprise that consumers are leaning on mobile now more than ever during this difficult time – but just how mobile have people been during the global pandemic?   Mobile data company App Annie has taken a look at …

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