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London’s 20-23 Greville Street to be adapted for retail

Farringdon-based construction specialist, RED Construction Group, has been appointed by Seaforth Land for the delivery of a distinctive refurbishment project at 20-23 Greville Street, adjacent to Holborn’s historic Bleeding Heart Yard in central London.  Designed by award-winning architect Groupwork + Amin Taha and backed by Seaforth Land, the unique project encompasses a comprehensive restoration of …

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[Interview] Intelligence Node CEO Features on CNBC’s StartUp Street

In an interview with CNBC-TV 18’s ‘StartUp Street’ segment, CEO of Intelligence Node, Sanjeev Sularia covered multiple points ranging from the changing retail environment, COVID-19 and its implications on the retail sector to rise of digital-first, omnichannel approach, etc. He dived into how the retail segment is on a brink of a digital revolution and …

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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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England’s evening high street footfall soars as pubs reopen | Business

Cities and towns across England recorded a surge in evening visitors on the first day for pubs and bars reopening after more than three months of lockdown. According to Springboard, a company that measures the number of potential customers at retail and hospitality outlets, footfall on England’s high streets after 5pm surged by more than …

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Fears grow for UK high street as more than 6,000 retail jobs cut in a day | Business

The coronavirus lockdown has prompted some of the UK’s most prominent companies to announce large-scale job losses. The aviation, automotive and retail sectors have been among the worst hit, as businesses adjust to dramatically reduced revenue projections. While the government’s job retention scheme has so far protected millions of jobs, fears are mounting that unemployment …

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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 hardest hit as coronavirus takes toll on UK businesses | World news

The coronavirus pandemic has put millions of UK jobs at risk as companies struggle to cope with the financial strain created by the shutdown. A recent British Chambers of Commerce survey found a majority of firms had just three months of cash or less left in their coffers. The hardest-hit sectors have been high-street businesses …

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Dire feelings on Main Street on eve of small business lending program launch

As small business owners await a much-needed lifeline Friday in the form of a massive expansion of the Small Business Administration’s 7(a) lending program, new data show just how dire the situation is for Main Street as questions circulate about the program’s readiness. The National Federation of Independent Business’ Research Center is out with a …

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Big Issue to be sold in stores for first time after street sales paused | Media

The Big Issue is to go on sale in supermarkets for the first time in an effort to make money for vendors left without income during the coronavirus outbreak. The magazine, normally sold on the street by homeless people, is to be sold in selected Sainsbury’s and McColl’s stores after sales were paused on 22 …

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