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Coronavirus: Lockdown sends Jonathan James on a rollercoaster of highs and lows

The owner of James Convenience Retail explains how some of his 54 stores are thriving, while others have had to close, and makes predictions on how coronavirus will shape the future of the sector

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  • Coronavirus: Checking in with Mitul Patel, Nisa Southend Victoria, Essex

  • Coronavirus: Checking in with Christian Slingsby, Hockmeyer Motors (Spar), Sleaford

  • Coronavirus: Checking in with Alex Rea

  • Coronavirus: Eight ways to manage staff anxiety

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How coronavirus has changed convenience shopper behaviour

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While we all hope things go back to normal as soon and as safely as possible, we can be pretty certain of some long-term changes in consumer behaviour, which suppliers and retailers must adapt to

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