Tag Archives: Public Policy

Retailing, Shopping and Covid-19

Over the last couple of months I have produced on this blog a range of pieces around retailing, shopping and the coronavirus pandemic.  There will no doubt be more to be said as the situation develops. One of these pieces … Continue reading

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What am I, BID

The right place to start is by declaring an interest; I am a Board member of the company that encourages Business Improvement Districts (BIDS)  in Scotland and as such am highly supportive of BIDS as an activity. So my comments … Continue reading

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