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Retail executives brace for another surge of public panic buying in supermarkets across UK

As rumours of a second national lockdown leading up to the Christmas period sweep the UK, retail executives are once again warning that this could lead to a surge of public panic buying across supermarkets once more - despite constant reassurance that panic or bulk buying will not be necessary. Despite another country-wide lockdown being [...]

By | September 30th, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments

Aldi set to add 4000 UK jobs

German supermarket giant, Aldi, has recently announced their intention to open 100 new stores in the United Kingdom within the next year, creating 4000 new jobs in the process. The decision is a direct result of their 2-year investment pledge of £1.3 billion, which aims to lead to the release of new developments and innovations, [...]

By | September 29th, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments

The most common leadership styles explained

As a corporate business leader, over the course of your career, you will have experienced a wide range of leadership styles. In order to be the best leader possible, it is important that you are able to not only recognise different leadership styles but know when and how to display them yourself. In this blog [...]

By | September 28th, 2020|Leadership|0 Comments

How can executive coaching help businesses after the pandemic?

Covid-19 has turned the world of business upside down. Business owners have faced new challenges and have had to be flexible to ensure that their companies survive during these unprecedented times. Although the pandemic is still very much ongoing, it is essential that business executives look towards the future and plan for life after Covid-19. [...]

By | September 25th, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments

Negative leadership styles adopted under pressure

When you are a leader of a company, you will naturally want to lead your colleagues and subordinates in the most effective, positive way possible. Many leaders, however, adopt negative leadership styles when under pressure, often without even realising it. In this blog post, we outline some of the most common, negative leadership styles. 1. [...]

By | September 25th, 2020|Leadership|0 Comments

Can a subscription model save Pret a Manger?

During the lockdown, several high street favourites kept themselves afloat by offering a subscription service, the most successful being Hotel Chocolat. The high street chocolatier's profits actually increased in 2020, thanks in no small part to the popularity of its Tasting Club subscription service. Subscriptions were initially seen as a temporary way to retain customers [...]

By | September 24th, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments

Poundland launches alcohol sales

Poundland has been on a bit of a roll lately. The company is undertaking a widespread transformation programme and, last week, it announced the latest new addition: alcohol. Selected branches will be trialling “shops in shops”, selling a range of branded gin, rum, wine, vodka, lager, cider and even ready mixed drinks, all provided by [...]

By | September 23rd, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments

Four management traps to look out for

Being in charge is difficult, and some people take to it more naturally than others. Even the best employee can find themselves out of their depth when placed in a leadership role. Luckily, leadership can be learned like any other skill. There are a number of common traps that many bosses fall into, and avoiding [...]

By | September 22nd, 2020|Leadership|0 Comments

Retail executives urge government to protect shopworkers from violence

Retail executives from 23 of the UK’s leading shops, along with several prominent industry bodies, have signed a letter to the prime minister urging the government to introduce new laws to protect retail workers from violence and abuse. This comes just a few days before the second reading of MP Alex Norris’s private member's bill [...]

By | September 21st, 2020|All News and Events|0 Comments