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Debenhams set to close all stores

Last-ditch efforts to save Debenhams have failed. The department store chain said on Tuesday that it was starting the liquidation process after the last remaining bidder, JD Sports, withdrew from talks. The 242-year-old … Continue reading “Debenhams set to close all stores”


Uncertainty over furlough scheme ‘cost jobs’

Employers in Britain were preparing to make 51,000 redundancies in October, new figures reveal. It came amid rapidly rising levels of Covid-19 infections and uncertainty over changes to job support schemes. The UK … Continue reading “Uncertainty over furlough scheme ‘cost jobs’”


How Can Performance PR Help Drive E-Commerce Sales?

The digital space keeps getting more interesting. Remember that competitor that is giving you sleepless nights? You are likely to have a few more of those nights if you don’t have any plans … Continue reading “How Can Performance PR Help Drive E-Commerce Sales?”


Long-term impact of no-deal Brexit ‘worse than Covid-19’

Leaving the European Union without a trade deal would have a bigger impact on the UK economy in the long term than the damage caused by Covid-19, the Bank of England governor has … Continue reading “Long-term impact of no-deal Brexit ‘worse than Covid-19’”


Is it Worth Creating a Mobile App for Your Business?

With the world increasingly going mobile and consumers constantly attached to their smartphone, many businesses now have their own mobile apps developed. So, is it worth it? Mobile app development is certainly worthwhile … Continue reading “Is it Worth Creating a Mobile App for Your Business?”


Should there be a tax on working from home?

Working from home has allowed millions of people to continue working during the Covid-19 pandemic. But not every job can be done remotely, and a new report argues that home-working should be taxed … Continue reading “Should there be a tax on working from home?”


Small retailers ‘more resilient’ than big chains during pandemic

Independent retail and leisure businesses in Britain have shown greater resilience in the Covid-19 pandemic than chain stores, according to new data. Retail data consultancy the Local Data Company found that small independent … Continue reading “Small retailers ‘more resilient’ than big chains during pandemic”


Build a Marketing Campaign Using Freedom of Information

The Freedom of Information Act (2000) allows individuals to request information from public organisations and authorities. Anyone can request information from public bodies or organisations such as the Police, Publicly owned companies, hospitals … Continue reading “Build a Marketing Campaign Using Freedom of Information”


How Are UK Planning Laws Changing?

Coming into effect this September, the UK has seen changes to its planning laws. These changes are designed to revitalise housing and planning post Covid. Thanks to these new changes, full planning applications … Continue reading “How Are UK Planning Laws Changing?”


The Growing Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is something that most businesses around the world are aware of and at the very least, have a page dedicated to on their website. However, as real achievements in … Continue reading “The Growing Importance of Corporate Social Responsibility”


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