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Necessity breeds a new culture of retail

Though the coronavirus has dramatically altered the retail landscape, both in Ireland and abroad, Retail Solutions is there to support retailers through challenging times. Jason Walsh reports

2nd May, 2020
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In some contexts, keeping the shop open and moving to a delivery model becomes a vital public service – and Retail Solutions helps firms do just that

The coronavirus and attendant lockdown have had a radical effect on the economy. A staggering one-third of Irish businesses have closed during the Covid-19 pandemic, and retail has not escaped.

In fact, retail is in a paradoxical position. Some shops have been closed and many reduced to delivery only. Others, deemed essential, have been kept open and may even be busier than ever, but have had to radically adjust how they do business.

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