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KIOSK Information Systems Europe boosts business development and customer support with new staff

KIOSK Information Systems Europe boosts business development and customer support with new staff

The Posiflex Group has responded to rising demand from customers in Europe by recruiting a seasoned executive to boost the European sales and marketing operations in its KIOSK subsidiary, a manufacturer of kiosks and interactive displays.

Online sales growth begins to normalise despite reimposed restrictions

Online sales growth begins to normalise despite reimposed restrictions

As lockdown restrictions were reintroduced throughout September, online sales returned to patterns that would be expected this time of year.

ClearSale wins Comparably Awards for Best Work-Life Balance and Happiest Employees

ClearSale wins Comparably Awards for Best Work-Life Balance and Happiest Employees

ClearSale, the ecommerce fraud prevention solutions provider, has been recognised with awards in two categories, Best Company for Work-Life Balance and Happiest Employees. 

Retail’s covid response: 71% of frontline retail workers say employers have taken the right actions to keep colleagues and customers safe

Retail’s covid response: 71% of frontline retail workers say employers have taken the right actions to keep colleagues and customers safe

Retailers’ efforts to keep employees and customers safe during the covid-19 pandemic have been recognised by frontline retail workers, the latest research from Axonify, the modern training and communication solution for frontline associates, reveals.

New Town and City Gift Cards site aims to revive UK high streets

New Town and City Gift Cards site aims to revive UK high streets

Loyalty and gift card provider Miconex has developed a new Town and City Gift Cards website that features over 50 of its gift card programmes in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

Cashfree payments set to drive small business recovery in the retail sector, Tyl by NatWest data reveals

Cashfree payments set to drive small business recovery in the retail sector, Tyl by NatWest data reveals

More than a quarter, (24%) of British SME retailers have reported that all payments made to their business are already contactless as the sector adjusts to the rapid increase in e-commerce and online transactions, accelerated by the pandemic.

Nearly a half of consumers will turn to Amazon for their Christmas shopping this year

Nearly a half of consumers will turn to Amazon for their Christmas shopping this year

With consumer behaviour drastically changing as a result of Covid-19, just under a half of UK shoppers (44%) plan to complete their Christmas shopping online this year – with a majority (42%) looking to turn to Amazon first. This is according to newly released findings from Episerver, the customer-centric digital experience company.

Supporting the UK’s most loved charities with pennies through the Covid Second wave

Supporting the UK’s most loved charities with pennies through the Covid Second wave

Pledjar, a new mobile app that allows users to donate rounded-up pennies from everyday purchases, has teamed up with the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) to support the UK’s most loved charities.

Four in ten (42.2%) retail professionals feel their mental health is worse than a year ago

Four in ten (42.2%) retail professionals feel their mental health is worse than a year ago

According to the latest study by the UK independent job board, CV-Library, four in ten (42.2%) retail professionals feel their mental health is worse than it was a year ago. 

One Digital Signage partners with the Government's COVID-19 recovery fund to help Midlands SMEs adapt and recover during the pandemic

One Digital Signage partners with the Government's COVID-19 recovery fund to help Midlands SMEs adapt and recover during the pandemic

One Digital Signage is working with local businesses needing help to adapt and recover following the COVID pandemic.

Job market boom predicted in supply chain sector as vacancies rise above pre-lockdown levels

Job market boom predicted in supply chain sector as vacancies rise above pre-lockdown levels

The supply chain sector will experience a job market boom over the coming months as over 60 percent of workers in warehouse, logistics and delivery spent time during lockdown searching for a new role, according to latest research.

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