It is a worrying time to be in retail, as shoppers are being encouraged to stay in their homes and self isolate or practise social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some employees within the retail world are deemed to be key workers, and should be able to still send their children to school or nursery, but for many who work in the sector as a whole, the future is less certain. At The Retail Factory, we have put together some advice for retailers on dealing with coronavirus.
If you work in retail, the chances are that when you watch TV shows set in shops, you pay closer attention to the shopfitting that acts as a backdrop to the action in front of it! You can’t help but take a professional interest, just like police officers and teachers scrutinise shows about their jobs too. So for a bit of fun, here are some tips to improve the shopfitting in TV’s most famous shops.
Random Acts of Kindness Day is over, but the whole point of random acts of kindness is that they are not tied to one day - they happen when you least expect them! A random act of kindness puts a smile on someone’s face and can often make their day. This is why you should think about incorporating some random acts of kindness into your small business strategy.