As shoppers’ priorities are changing again with the colder months ahead, find out how you can cater for their demands and support your busin
Partners for Growth, the UK’s leading category advice programme, celebrates its 20th Anniversary by giving one retailer the chance to win £500 plus the priceless advice of their retail experts. As the convenience sector continues to face unprecedented challenges, it’s more important than ever to have a trusted business partner to help you make the […]
As the nation returns to shop ‘little and often’, retailers must once again adapt to cater for changes in their customer’s shopper behaviour.
As this Spring coincides with the easing of lockdown restrictions, it presents retailers with opportunities to take stock to ensure they’re meeting their customers changing needs.
Shorter winter days combined with Covid restrictions means your customers need a lift this winter! Bring some fun to your store by creating themed in-store events.
With school holidays looming and exciting sporting events still to come – from the Common Wealth Games (26th Jul-8th Aug), Wimbledon (27th Jun-10th Jul), The British Grand Prix (3rd Jul) and a summer of International Cricket fixtures – there are plenty of opportunities for retailers to help their customers enjoy the summer break.
The forecast of warmer weather, long awaited easing of lockdown restrictions, and a bumper big summer of sport are all predicted to result in strong sales for across several key categories this summer. Find out more!
Because of Covid related restrictions, this winter is likely to be very different, with the emphasis firmly on health and well-being. Since the Pandemic began, convenience retailers have been uniquely placed to provide support and festive cheer to their shielding communities, but it pays to keep a focus on your business too!
2020 saw unprecedented changes in shopper behaviour, so now is a great time to make sure these changes are reflected in your store offering.
Whether it be a planned night-in watching alone or with family and friends, sporting events often turn into special occasions. And that’s great news for retailers – especially those with a game plan.