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Exeter's Emergency Roundtable: Retail in a Post-Covid City
Posted on: June 12th 2020
Section: Member news


Wednesday 17th June 2020, 6pm

Via Zoom

Join us for an online Emergency Roundtable - ‘Retail in a post-Covid city’ - to take place at 6pm on Wednesday 17th June, as we explore the opportunities facing retail in a city determined to ‘Build Back Better’ and what is needed to enable businesses, and the sector as a whole, to continue to thrive.

 

From independent shop to department store, showroom to boutique, premises or online, this Roundtable is for retailers, those who rely on the sector, and those who have a vision for retail, in Exeter.

 

Through the discussion we'll consider the widely held view that the role of cities is changing as a result of Covid-19, and what these changes mean for retailers in Exeter. and also aim to:

  • Provide an opportunity for Exeter’s retailers to come together and take a view on what the changing dynamic of the city means for their business
  • Provide a supportive environment in which Exeter’s retailers can examine their business and how it might adapt in the short, medium and long term
  • Offer Exeter’s retailers a platform through which they can share best practice, whilst benefiting from input from both the city and peers
  • Support Exeter’s retailers in collectively determining solutions and resources they will need as part of this recovery, and identify those willing to take solutions forward

 

Click here for more information and book your place.

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