Retail Newsagent, the only weekly news magazine exclusively aimed at independent news and convenience retailers, was joined by top-performing independent retailers and key suppliers at The Imagination Gallery in London’s West End to celebrate a new look.
Guests at last week’s event chatted with executives from leading manufacturers from the grocery and newstrade industries, such as Procter & Gamble, Nestlé, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Cadbury, Imperial Tobacco and Seymour Distribution.
“Retail Newsagent has always had fantastic content,” said Retail Newsagent’s editor, Lindsay Sharman. “Now with this refresh we’ve given the magazine a modern and fresh business look that will make it even easier to use by busy independent retailers. We are confident in the future of local shops and this investment will help them be more successful.”
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