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RN is the leading business magazine for independent news and convenience retailers, providing news, actionable advice and real life case studies that can help you turn a profit. Every week, RN provides exclusive information on the magazine sector. Below is a selection of the latest stories from RN that we think you may be interested in.

NFRN backs The Sun’s vaccination campaign
https://www.betterretailing.com/newspapers-magazines/nfrn-the-sun-jabs-army-covid-vaccination-campaign/

The campaign has also gained the support of the NHS, prime minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer

 

Investors flock to convenience sector following lockdown boost
https://www.betterretailing.com/news/investment-convenience-sector-covid-lockdown/

Pandemic performance helps shift slow-selling stores

 

Lockdown drives customers back into convenience stores

https://www.betterretailing.com/news/lockdown-drives-customers-back-into-convenience-stores/

The data comes from Kantar’s analysis of shopping data during January

 

Retailers demand stricter Covid measures for reps 

https://www.betterretailing.com/legislation-competition/retailers-demand-stricter-covid-measures-rep-visits-stores/

Suppliers have approached rep visits differently since the start of the latest national lockdown, with some attracting retailer criticism

 

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