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Download the Indie Retail face covering poster to inform customers and staff of the new law

25 Sep 2020

It is now compulsory for all retail workers in England to wear face masks from today, Indie Retail has created a Face Covering Poster for shops to display outside to inform customers and... Read more…

Join BIra, Google and Pointy for a live webinar on bringing your business presence online

24 Sep 2020

4 out of 5 consumers use Google search engines to find information like store address, hours, and directions. But will they find yours? Read more…

Download and display QR codes for the NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app launched today

24 Sep 2020

The NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app is due to be launched on 24 September in England and Wales. To use the contact tracing app businesses will need to download and display QR codes.
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Maybe* shows businesses how to be more 'Gymshark' on social media

23 Sep 2020

In the latest demonstration of their insight tool Maybe* are showing businesses how to replicate Gymshark's successful tactics to improve results and increase ROI.
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How Maybe* are helping Local Authorities and Bids upskill their businesses in social media

16 Sep 2020

Maybe*'s latest video on helping Local Authorities and Bids to upskill their businesses in social media so that they have the tools they need to engage online and drive sales in the lead up... Read more…

Local Bike Shop Day 2020 celebrated by record number of shoppers across the nation

15 Sep 2020

Local Bike Shop Day's postponed date of 5th September was the perfect time to celebrate the recent upturn in cycling and draw attention to allthat local bike shops have done for us... Read more…

Government launches Bounce-back plans for consumer and retail industry

10 Sep 2020

A ‘bounce-back' plan of trade measures for the consumer and retail industry has been announced to help support businesses impacted by Coronavirus.
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Advertise your jobs with Indie Retail for FREE

8 Sep 2020

For a limited time only we are giving all retailers free access to the full range of Indie Retail job boards!
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Get Involved with Thinking of You Week taking place 21st-27th September

8 Sep 2020

Thinking of You Week has been celebrated every September for the last 7 years. This year it is 21st-27th September 2020; and there has never been a more appropriate year to send a card, to keep... Read more…

Crown Commercial Service asks SME's to complete Engagement Survey

2 Sep 2020

The 20 question Survey concentrates on market access, registration and PPQ/SQ submission
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‘Where You Shop Matters' Campain stars Card Retailers Lark London and Halls of Llandaff

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Greeting card retailers, Lark London and Halls of Llandaff are among the independent retailers to star in Visa's current Where You Shop Matters campaign.

Pete Hall (owner of Halls) and Lark's owners, Priya and Dominic Aurora-Crowe all appear in specially shot videos commissioned by Visa as part of the credit card company's commitment to help 50 million small businesses globally to adapt to the changing landscape caused by the pandemic.

In a film, shot of them in one of their six card, gift and lifestyle stores in South London, Priya and Dominic, co-owners of Lark London share how, when lockdown happened, they diverted their efforts to developing their online presence, using Shopify.

For Pete Hall, owner of Cardiff-based Halls card shop, his film appearance is something of a sequel as he also featured in Visa's pre-Christmas campaign to prompt the public to support indies.

Visa said of the campaign:

Independent businesses are the heart of our high streets and the pulse of our local communities. Even though they've been through a difficult time, they never gave up. Through their creativity, resourcefulness and resilience, they've kept on going, adapted and inspired us all. Now they need our support. Visa is working with high street businesses to find new ways to do what they do best, now and in the future. Our local shops and services are finding creative ways to keep serving the communities that rely on them. They're going to extraordinary lengths to stay open. They're counting on us to get behind them. They're asking you to remember that where you shop matters. 

To watch the full video and for more information about how you can get involved visit the Visa website here.

 

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