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  • topshopstrand

    Suppliers split on Arcadia strategySubscription

    News13 June 2019

    Although Arcadia Group suppliers agree that yesterday’s approval of its company voluntary arrangement (CVA) was a “fantastic” result, they are divided over whether product or property is the cause of the retailer’s woes.

  • Topshop bracknell

    Suppliers squeezed as high street hits new lowSubscription

    News11 June 2019

    UK suppliers and brands are facing a “nightmare” as they struggle to secure credit insurance with an increasing number of retailers amid turbulent trading conditions.

  • inside debenhams watford

    Debenhams suppliers warn of store closures impactSubscription

    News29 April 2019

    Several Debenhams suppliers have warned the retailer’s proposal to close 22 of its stores will have “significant implications” for them as they rely on the department store for volume orders.

  • Workers at a textile factory in China

    Chinese textiles giants forge Africa tie-upSubscription

    News28 March 2019

    Textile giants Fung Group and Ruyi Group have announced a strategic partnership with a specific focus on the African market.

  • Lk bennett

    LK Bennett creditors 'left in the dark' Subscription

    News12 March 2019

    Creditors of LK Bennett have been left unsure as to whether they will receive any money owed to them after the retailer went into administration last week.

  • Shutterstock 401106571

    Price rises 'inevitable' in the event of a no-deal BrexitSubscription

    News26 February 2019

    Retailers and suppliers have said price rises are likely in the event of a no-deal Brexit, as uncertainty about the UK’s trading relationships with the European Union and the rest of the world continued this week.

  • theresa may plan b

    Theresa May to consult businesses in Brexit 'Plan B' Subscription

    News21 January 2019

    Prime minister Theresa May announced that she will engage with businesses during the next phase of Brexit negotiations, as she unveiled her “Plan B” to MPs today. 

  • Will fines stop late payments

    Fines for late payments: an unworkable proposition?Subscription

    News18 January 2019

    MPs support the idea of fines for businesses that repeatedly fail to pay suppliers within 30 days, but is this realistic, or even wanted, for fashion retailers and suppliers in the current trading climate? Drapers finds out 

  • Theresa May

    Industry despair at Brexit 'mess'Subscription

    News16 January 2019

    The retail industry has called for certainty after prime minister Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected by parliament last night.

  • Houses of Parliament

    MPs back fines for late payments to suppliersSubscription

    News7 January 2019

    MPs have backed calls to fine businesses that repeatedly fail to pay suppliers within 30 days.

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