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Nisa members accept Co-Op offer

14th November 2017

Shareholders in line for initial £20k payout as £143m deal approved with 75 per cent in favour Read more

‘Sexual’ Xmas animal cards ban

14th November 2017

Facebook block artist’s innocent handmade robin and squirrel designs under no adult items rule Read more

Emily’s Happy News

14th November 2017

Playful jewellery kicks off new licensing deal for heart-warming messages Read more

Enjoy a veteran date

14th November 2017

Diaries bound by wounded ex-service folk on sale to support rehabilitation charity Read more

Recycling on the cup

12th November 2017

G.F Smith tackle 7million a day disposable cup issue by turning waste into quality paper Read more

Bye bye Bev

12th November 2017

Time to move on for Abacus’ creative director after 25 years Read more

Latest chance to join Wraptious

12th November 2017

Call for artists’ submissions with extra offer for 12 runners-up Read more

Anyone for tennis?

12th November 2017

Bill sets up Wednesday’s marathon match to raise money for cancer charity in Lynn’s memory Read more

Hallmark’s class act

8th November 2017

Expansion of festive roadshow format aims to ‘equip customers with knowledge’ Read more

Share your wares on Indie Friday

8th November 2017

Just A Card launch creative alternative to Black Friday, and star’s Xmas cards haul hits £11,000 Read more

Save the High Street scheme fails

8th November 2017

12 Portas Pilot towns lose 17% of stores despite £1.2m grant and retail guru’s support Read more

In the Loupe

8th November 2017

Ex-OPC man Martin’s new venture offers expert sales-building help and advice Read more

Market report insights

7th November 2017

Download Ascential’s latest independent guide to British retail opportunities free Read more

‘Show pony’ rides up design rankings

7th November 2017

Paperchase’s admired Glasgow flagship store climbs four places in Retail Week chart Read more

Hope on rates rises

7th November 2017

Chancellor may move from RPI to CPI inflation – but critics say it’s ‘tinkering at the edges’ Read more


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