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Isabella Fish

Isabella Fish is a reporter at Drapers, covering womenswear and finance across the magazine and website. She joined the Drapers team in 2019, having previously worked at the Daily Mail as a news reporter.

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  • treasury

    Your questions: Am I eligible for a Covid-19 cash grant?Subscription

    8 April 2020

    Several independent businesses have asked whether they’re entitled to apply for the £25,000 Covid-19 grant if their rateable value is above the £51,000 threshold. Find out the answer here. 

  • asos

    Asos sales sink 25% amid coronavirusSubscription

    8 April 2020

    Asos group sales dropped 20%-25% amid the coronavirus pandemic, after it achieved record interim profits. 

  • amazon

    Amazon welcomes grey-market ruling Subscription

    7 April 2020

    The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that etailer Amazon is not liable where third-party sellers use the online marketplace for the sale of grey-market product.

  • bridges shopping centre sunderland

    Councils begin administering coronavirus business grants Subscription

    7 April 2020

    Councils across the UK, including Sunderland, Devon and Cornwall, have this week started making grant payments to eligible businesses and organisations amid the coronavirus. 

  • clothing supplier manufacturer

    Ethical trade body urges against force majeure termsSubscription

    7 April 2020Comments (1)

    The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) has published guidance to brands on how to treat existing orders and future commitments with suppliers during the Covid-19 pandemic, which includes avoiding force majeure terms. 

  • london

    Coronavirus: London landlords call for helpSubscription

    7 April 2020

    The London Property Alliance has written to the chancellor, on behalf of London landlords, to press for more flexibility from banks and lenders amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

  • debenhams

    What does Debenhams' administration mean for creditors?Subscription

    6 April 2020Comments (2)

    Suppliers have expressed concerns about Debenhams’ long-term future as the beleaguered department store chain prepares to enter administration amid the economic pressures of the coronavirus epidemic. 

  • Pitti uomo autumn 20

    Attendees uncertain about postponed Pitti Subscription

    6 April 2020

    Exhibitors and buyers have described the decision to press ahead with the spring 21 edition of menswear trade show Pitti Uomo as a “bold move”, but predict its organiser will be pressured to cancel altogether.  

  • clarks

    Clarks marks some stores for permanent closureSubscription

    6 April 2020Comments (1)

    Footwear retailer Clarks has drawn up plans for the permanent closure of some of its stores and drafted in bankers to review its finances. 

  • cath kidston leeds

    Cath Kidston to appoint administrators Subscription

    6 April 2020

    Cath Kidston has filed notice that it will appoint administrators amid the coronavirus outbreak, putting around 950 jobs at risk. 

All by Isabella Fish