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betterRetailing.com is the online hub aimed at supporting independent convenience retailers with a site full of ideas, tools and resources to help you grow your business.

Our dedicated and informed team of bloggers consists of numerous award winning independent retailers. Our team write about their experiences and the lessons they learn from running their own businesses in this challenging but rewarding marketplace. Sharing ideas among peers is the best way to grow your business so we hope you get inspired by what you read.

Alongside our retailer bloggers we have a team of expert journalists from our leading trade magazines Retail Express and Retail Newsagent.

We encourage you to interact and comment on the site.  Give us your feedback. Tell us about your experiences in the trade.  betterRetailing is more than just a site full of ideas, we are an online community of retailers so get involved in the discussion.  We’d love you to be a part of our community!

Energising independent retailers

betterRetailing is part of the wider family of Newtrade a company which prides itself on energising independent retailers through a variety of products and solutions.  Have a look at our publications and events below to find out more.

Latest Posts

Jeet Bansi, one of our seven expert retailer columnists, explains how you can avoid missing out on seasonal opportunities As retailers we are all looking...

Last week, we submitted our recommendations to the Treasury ahead of what will be the final Spring Budget before the political event moves to...
confectionery singles

Single confectionery is the heartland of convenience retailing. Chris Dillon looks at five things you can do to see your sales soar. Identify your core...
tobacco

Manufacturers are calling on the government to be pragmatic in its approach to a minimum excise tax (MET) on tobacco in next month’s Budget...
energy bills chillers

The retail sector will be hit by an average 1% rise in energy bills, while convenience retailers can expect to pay slightly more, according...