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White paper – How customer experience changes are driving retail in a Covid-19 world –

Held annually in an iconic, Central London location, the Visual Merchandising and Display Awards bring together the UK’s most influential creatives, retailers and suppliers in celebration of their considerable achievements for projects installed from 1st August to 31st of July each year. The Awards are completely free to enter with a simple application process; there …

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Seven in 10 back mandatory use of masks in shops in England, poll finds | World news

Concerns that the wearing of masks could become a new front in a political “culture war” have been eased after evidence emerged that a clear majority of the public back their use in shops and supermarkets. An Opinium poll for the Observer reveals that 71% of adults in England support making masks mandatory in shops, …

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Manufacturers offering flexibility will win-out in post-COVID world

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 began in China at the start of the year, forcing factory shutdowns and store closures …

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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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‘The flowers don’t know we’re in lockdown’: farm donates blooms to key workers | World news

The Electric Daisy Flower Farm’s business relied on selling its blooms grown near Bath at a newly opened shop in Hampstead, north London. But, as the managing director, Fiona Haser Bizony, says: “The flowers don’t know we’re in a lockdown.” The shop – only open since February – closed on 17 March with an abundance …

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Price of high-demand food in UK rises sharply | World news

The price of high-demand food and sanitary products has risen sharply in online shops over the past month as the coronavirus crisis mounts, according to official figures. In an early sign of rising living costs across Britain during the pandemic, prices in a basket of high demand products compiled by the Office for National Statistics, …

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India: Foodservice & restaurant sector in the post-corona world

The Covid-19 crisis that is currently sweeping the world is going to have a lasting impact on our society. From the way we do business to the way we interact with each other and from the way we communicate to the way we socialize. The lockdowns, social distancing and restrictions on movement that are in …

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‘We’re risking our life’: coronavirus takes a toll on essential workers still on the job | World news

Roughly 16 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits in the wake of immediate layoffs and furloughs due to shutdowns to try to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, triggering a generational economic crisis for millions of Americans. Essential workers still on the job continue to get paid, but the stress of working as the coronavirus …

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Milk floats ride to the rescue of locked-down British households | World news

The humble milkman – a regular sight on most British streets throughout the 20th century – was almost consigned to the history books by the rise of the supermarkets. But now, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, these dairy deliverers on their electric floats are busier than ever as they try to keep up with newfound …

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