SaveTheHighStreet.org calls for local retailers to take action
SaveTheHighStreet.org, an industry-wide initiative to support UK shopkeepers, has launched The Connected Digital High Street Manifesto which includes a new 10-pillar framework for promoting successful modern retailing.
In addition, a Retailer Advisory Board of local and independent shopkeepers nationwide has been formed to identify and vet opportunities, recommendations and challenges across the 10-pillars.
Lyndsay King, community director of SaveTheHighStreet.org, said: “We heard from shopkeepers nationwide that they want to hear from other retailers about ‘what works’. All shops can join SaveTheHighStreet.org for free, and shopkeepers who also join the Retailer Advisory Board take a stand for their communities and the future of local retailing nationwide.”
Retailers can opt-in to join the SaveTheHighStreet.org Retailer Advisory Board once they have completed the following survey.
Shopkeepers are being invited to take part in the survey throughout November. The insights and findings from the exercise will form the basis for industry standard recommendations across the 10-pillars: of Data, Discovery, Fulfilment, Experience,Product, Brand, Loyalty, Team, Money and Community.
Isaac Lilos, a SaveTheHighStreet.org Retailer Advisory Board Member, said: "I believe that SaveTheHighStreet.org could play a leading role in building the framework for collaboration enabling, promoting, supporting and empowering small businesses everywhere to achieve success.”
Email this article to a friend
You need to be logged in to use this feature.
Please log in here