News & Seasonal
With the long winter nights now a thing of the past and daffodils blooming across the country, it can only be Spring time, but this year Spring holds a very different significance compared with previous years, as it coincides with the phased easing of national lockdown restrictions.
With the prospect of your customers returning to some form of new normal – whether that be entertaining at home, outdoor fun with friends, the re-opening of hair dressers and non-essential shops, or the prospect of getting away on a much needed holiday, check out our advice to ensure you are fully catering for your customers changing needs.
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As the nation returns to shop ‘little and often’, retailers must once again adapt to cater for changes in their customer’s shopper behaviour.
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We caught up with Mandeep Singh, of Singh’s Premier in Sheffield to hear how he managed his way through the Pandemic and what impact it has had on his business.
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.