Community-owned shops rate highly for business success

Community-owned shops
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Community-owned shops have a business success rate of 95%, compared to the 41% average success rate of small businesses, new data from The Association of Convenience Stores’ Rural Shop Report 2018 has revealed.  From a sample of 2,420 independent stores, 59% of community stores run a postal service, which the report highlighted as having the most positive impact on their local…

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By RN 02 Feb, 2018

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