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The review of the business rates system is to be extended, with the report now expected at the March 2016 Budget.
Last month the Consumer Rights Act came into force meaning shoppers are entitled to full refunds on faulty goods up to 30 days after the purchase.
Alexia Designs has joined the stellar line-up for The London Bridal Show next year.
There may still be more than a month to go until Christmas but the bridal industry is getting in the festive spirit already.
Bedfordshire bridal boutique George James has celebrated a hat-trick of achievements in just its first year of business.
Want to own a bridal shop that has all the glitz and glamour of days gone by together with the most trend-led gowns that will have shoppers swooning… then this could be the store for you.
Alfred Angelo has bolstered its design team with the appointment of industry design veteran Bill Pesce.
Colchester bridal shop Abigail’s Collection & The Groom’s Room raised £4,000 for Help for Heroes at its Wear Your Wedding Dress Again Charity Party over the weekend.
Installing and running security cameras used to be a professional job with a professional price tag, but nowadays it is easy install a network of cameras to protect your business at low cost by doing it yourself.
Stores in Scotland had a disappointing October as sales slipped.
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London landmarks including Big Ben and Tower Bridge will feature in Pronovias’ collaboration with a top UK blogger.
Real platinum plating, stunning fresh-water pearls and delicate lace detailing feature across G.Westerleigh’s new collection.
For brides-to-be that want to shine on their wedding day Dutch brand Crystalline Bridals has dresses that will glitter and gleam.
The fabulous new Rita Mae short collection from Alan Hannah has arrived and it really is a beauty.
Brides today are desperate to create their own individual look but not all can afford big budget bespoke items. However, fear not, Amanda Wyatt has the perfect solution with her bridal accessories collection.
British designer Charlotte Balbier is always one for celebrating a bride’s individuality, whether it be with splashes of colour or fresh fabrics, but this time she has gone one step further with an amazing separates collection.