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Some Local Bike Shop Day ideas to get you going

24 Feb 2020

Ideas that can help you to get your customers and the wider community involved in Local Bike Shop Day

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Free trade entry for The London Bike Show through the ACT

17 Feb 2020

Register for your free trade entry to London Bike Show now Read more…

The Best Small Shops competition gets a new look

14 Feb 2020

The IRC are delighted to announce a rebranding of the Best Small Shops competition to celebrate the fast-paced level of growth and to further amplify the competition

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Redesigning Retail

6 Feb 2020

How big brands are turning the traditional retail model it on its head.
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Calling all Knitters and Crocheters to take part in Reading University survey

4 Feb 2020

The Director at Stitchlinkshas put out a request to all who enjoy knitting or crocheting to take part in a study to explore the psychological effects of knitting and crocheting.
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A Brexit timeline for indie retailers

31 Jan 2020

Tonight the UK will leave the EU at 11pm GMT, ending a 46-year relationship, but what will this mean for independent retailers?

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Indie Retail Calendar 2020: February

30 Jan 2020

The Indie Retail eCommerce calendar for the month ahead to plan your sales & marketing strategies
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Indie Retail to Launch New Monthly Newsletter

29 Jan 2020

On Friday 31st January Indie Retail will be launching a monthly newsletter to be sent out to subscribing independent shops.
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Government to Introduce ‘Jack's Law' Employment Right

29 Jan 2020

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has announced that it will introduce new Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Regulations.
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ACS calls for Increased Police Funding to Focus on Violence in Local Shops and Communities

29 Jan 2020

The government will increase police funding bymore than £1.1 billion for 2020-21, representing the largest funding increase for the police in ten years.
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Take Part in the ACS 2020 Colleague Survey!

Posted on in Political News

IRC member ACS (the Association of Convenience Stores) is calling on people working in convenience stores to provide their views on employment in the sector as part of the 2020 Colleague Survey.

The survey explores colleagues' experiences of working in the sector, looking at the pressures they face, career paths, other commitments and the benefits of working in the convenience sector.

Now in its fifth year, the ACS Colleague Survey:

  • Informs ACS' Local Shop Report and other research projects,
  • Feeds into discussions with the Government about the value of the sector and the issues faced by people working in the convenience sector,
  • Helps members to benchmark the way they work with their colleagues, and
  • Frames discussions at ACS' employment expert group and other meetings and events.

ACS chief executive James Lowman said:

"We want to hear directly from colleagues working in convenience stores about their experiences of working in the sector. The survey gives colleagues the chance to provide information about their experiences and give their views on employment in the sector which can help to inform policymakers and give their employers a better understanding of how they can support their staff."

Colleagues have until the 24th February 2020 to respond and all responses will be kept strictly confidential. All participants will be entered into a prize draw to win one of five £100 One4all vouchers with winners notified before 24th March 2020.

To complete the Colleague Survey, please access the online survey here.

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