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Increases in the minimum wage are piling the pressure on small businesses, reports Hull-based Premier retailer Sam Coldbeck.
The risk of violent crime is something retailers must not ignore, points out Hull retailer Sam
Sam Coldbeck has found taking on teenagers has brought a new dimension to her Premier store’s workforce.
Over the years we’ve discovered shoplifters like disguises, writes Hull-based Premier retailer Sam Coldbeck.
Making your business more sustainable can be good for the planet and your pocket, Sam argues.
The growing illicit trade in e-cigarettes needs addressing by government urgently, argues Sam.
Legislation has to be policed correctly to protect the many responsible retailers who often lose out financially because they comply with the law, says Samantha.
More red tape isn’t the answer to preventing the sale of energy drinks to children, argues Premier retailer Samantha.
The final piece in our Christmas jigsaw is to refresh the team on the importance of festive responsible retailing, says Premier retailer Sam.
The staff are the foundations of Wharfedale Premier’s responsible retailing credentials, says Sam.
Retailers, suppliers and Trading Standards all need to work together to beat the illicit trade, writes Premier retailer Samantha Coldbeck.
The multiples can learn a lot from independents about responsible retailing, Sam argues.
By doing our bit and supporting the local policing team, bonds are strengthened and we can make the best of a bad job, writes Samantha Coldbeck.
As retailers, we all have a vested interest in protecting children and helping to produce a community we can all be proud of, writes Hull retailer Samantha Coldbeck.
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