James Lowman is chief executive of the Association of Convenience Stores
The government’s Spending Review 2020 had some interesting repercussions for retailers. James Lowman of the Association of Convenience Stores outlined its impact.
What have been the key learnings from the first six months of the pandemic and what’s next? James Lowman of the ACS looks at the positives.
As talk of relaxing Sunday trading regulations comes up again, Association of Convenience Stores chief executive James Lowman urges a united front on the issue.
Last week, as Theresa May’s premiership approached its end, we saw government ministers and departments releasing consultations, statements, statistics and policy announcements as a final parting shot before the summer recess and the likely formation of a new cabinet, writes the ACS’ James Lowman.