Here's a tough question, but one I wanted to ask (because I love a tricky ask): in wake of Thomas Cook's collapse, there has been an abundance of brands offering the 20,000+ who've lost their jobs positions within their establishments. Some competitors, some not so much. But is this genuine compassion from the organisations, or just an easy shot at PR?
As more and more businesses announce administration, there seems to be an air of failure that the high street just can't seem to shake these past few years. Many big players including Toys R Us, Poundworld, Mothercare, Office, Maplin and more have shut up shop recently, and there are a whole host of reasons the… Continue reading The High Street Isn’t Dead, It’s Just In Metamorphosis