By Imogen Wethered, CEO and co-founder, Qudini With non-essential retail stores set to reopen from June 15, retailers are busy planning and preparing for how they can effectively ensure the safety of their customers and employees in-store. In the coming
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This Bank Holiday weekend Olympic Gold Medallist and Celebrity Masterchef winner Greg Rutherford will join Olympic 400m legend Iwan Thomas in providing at home entertainment for Brits in Lockdown, during weekend-long VE Day festival held by The Great British Campout,
Brockmans, the fast-growing super-premium gin business, has appointed former Diageo chief executive Paul Walsh to its Advisory Board, as it finalises a new five-year growth plan designed to double sales.
Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I has been revealed as the new name for AB InBev in the UK, as the company reaffirms its commitment to UK & Ireland with a new President, Paula Lindenberg, the opening of new London headquarters,
Popular German eatery Herman Ze German is to open its first UK site outside of London at Grand Central, Birmingham. Due to open on April 1st 2019, the brand will be located next to Tortilla within Birmingham’s iconic Bullring Estate,
GroceryAid, the national charity for the grocery industry, has revealed it is organising GroceryAid Day, an awareness initiative set to take place for the first time on Tuesday 26 February 2019. The annual event aims to make everybody who works
Matalan has announced it will be the principal sponsor for a charity collaboration between Help for Heroes and Walking With the Wounded on a Christmas fundraising event. The three British brands hope to make this year’s campaign bigger than ever.