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Forget Boring Social Media Posts – Make the Most This Holiday Season

As consumers continue to use social media to find and interact with new brands, the pressure for keeping content fresh and intriguing is high. Retailers need to find unique ways to reach shoppers this holiday season, and Independent Retailer has a few tricks up our sleeve to help you accomplish just that. Interacting with Viewers …

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KINEPROTECT ensures safe social spaces

As the retail sector opens up to visitors and customers following lockdown, many organisations are installing protective screens and panels to eliminate any risk of virus transmission.   Shower brand, Kinedo, a highly regarded European manufacturer of cubicles and enclosures and sister company of leading plumbing brand, Saniflo, has re-purposed its French factory to design and …

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Flipkart’s 2GUD make foray into social commerce, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi : Walmart-owned Flipkart on Wednesday announced the launch of social commerce on its 2GUD platform. Consumers on 2GUD’s social commerce platform will be exposed to a feed of videos made by a hand-picked influencer network across various topics and categories, according to a statement. These influencers will curate their favourite products as part …

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Casinos see strong sales despite social distancing, owner says

Las Vegas casino owner Derek Stevens said Thursday that although social distancing protocols are limiting the amount of people inside his casinos, sales in June were higher than a year ago.  “What’s really surprising is actually our slot numbers, our table numbers, are up, and in some areas up dramatically,” Stevens said on CNBC’ “Squawk …

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Club Factory asks employees not to make irresponsible comments on social media after India ban, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi: A day after India banned about five-dozen Chinese mobile applications in an apparent retaliation to the growing tensions at the Ladakh border, Hangzhou-based e-commerce company Club Factory has asked employees to desist from making irresponsible comments on the issue on social media. On Tuesday, the company’s human resources department sent an email to …

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Starbucks latest company to pause ads across social media platforms

People wear protective face masks outside Starbucks in midtown as the city moves into Phase 2 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic on June 23, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai | Getty Images Starbucks is the latest company to say it will pause advertising on “all social media platforms” …

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Ensuring in-store social distance in times of COVID-19

Almost two months after the outbreak started, it is now undeniable that the world is facing a health crisis unprecedented in our era. What started as a localized virus in China has spread overnight to affect most of the countries in the international arena, thus changing the way we live and interact with one another. …

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enabling social distancing, Retail News, ET Retail

By : Kazim Rizvi & Pranav Bhaskar Tiwari Covid-19 has presented unprecedented challenges. While the government has ordered a 21-day lockdown, the people are panicking and struggling to gather essentials. With the nation locked-down, it is the medical, police, bank officials and the like that are risking their lives to save ours. Behind the laxman-rekha …

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Retailers take ‘social responsibility’ to protect workers | News

This week several retailers, including River Island, Next, Net-a-Porter, TK Maxx and Moss Bros, announced they will be closing their online operations, warehouses and distribution operations, to help protect workers against the coronavirus. “Next has listened very carefully to its colleagues working in warehousing and distribution operations to fulfil online orders,” the retailer said. “It is …

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Covid 19: Retailers roll out steps to maintain social distancing, sanitisation at stores

Big retailers, which are presently dispensing only essential items amid the lockdown, are taking precautionary measures like restricted entry and marked lines to maintain social distancing to avoid coronavirus infection at their stores. According to a PTI report: Some stores as Reliance Fresh, More, Walmart and Metro Cash & Carry are even screening body temperature …

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