INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
With COVID-19 infections on the rise, restrictions tightening, and localised lockdowns in place across the country, shops, bars, restaurants not already affected should plan ahead now.
There are numerous risks that can affect businesses in the foodservice, catering and hospitality industry. Find out what you can to protect your business and manage your risks.
With government guidance yet to be published, what can food and drink businesses do to ensure their re-opening is as successful as possible?
For independent high street retailers, good news has been hard to find recently, with enforced temporary closure now compounded by the uncertainties around phased reopening and the need to adapt quickly to a new ‘socially distanced’ reality.
Maintaining your business insurance cover is as important as it ever was. Here are five reasons to maintain a business insurance safety net during lockdown.
With government restrictions significantly affecting retail and hospitality businesses, there are a number of important considerations to keep in mind.
Here we are again, the year has been flying by at top speed and before we’ve realised it Christmas is looming (or sparkling, depending on your sentiment) ahead.
The way people shop has changed. Between 2007 and 2018, online sales increased 6-fold while growth of in-store sales has lagged behind. As a result, high streets are having to evolve and adapt. This isn’t the only area of the property market that’s evolving, though.