Sunder Sandher looks at new products for the summer to tempt his customers.
Retailers need to take a common sense approach to displaying lads mags in their store.
Retailers have an opportunity to differentiate by offering additional services such as parcel collection and delivery.
Sunder Sandher’s quick reactions made the most of the heatwave at his Londis stores.
The Co-op’s lads’ mags ‘cover up’ ultimatum is a form of responsible retailing, says editor David Rees.
Autumn is a tricky time for families, so c-stores need to prepare, says HIM’s Natalie Goodridge.
ACS is lobbying MPs on the Anti-Social Behaviour Bill, but retailers concerned about recent developments need to focus on local engagement too, says James Lowman.
We need a clear signal from the government that retail and retailers are worth protecting from shoplifting, says editor David Rees.
Londis retailer Sunder Sandher gets the green light for a 24-hour alcohol licence at his Headington store.
Contemplating two seasons in one day can be a challenge for retailers, says Budgens retailer David Knight.
It’s a shame the government has undermined positive measures in the Anti-Social Behaviour Bill by introducing a last-minute clause, says James Lowman.
A sunny long weekend helped sales to soar at Sunder’s Londis store in Headington.
Face-to-face relationships with reps are irreplaceable, argues Premier Edinburgh retailer Linda Williams.
The ACS gives evidence to MPs on the challenges facing the industry.
Londis retailer Sunder Sandher has been getting the most out of contacts gained at the NCS.
As the maket matures, we all need to understand what makes us different in order to survive, says Budgens retailer David Knight.
The vision, and the will, for a thriving high street needs to come from the top, says editor David Rees.
If the government really thinks small businesses are the driving force for economic growth then it needs to scrap business rates, or freeze the minimum wage, or both, says editor David Rees.
Effective engagement is the key to facing the challenges ahead, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
Whether a One Stop franchise turns out to be a good option for independents in the long run will obviously depend on the business model, says editor David Rees.
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