A retail expert at Edge Hill University has given her take on how the high street is coping with Covid-19 in the Grimsey Review and calls for drastic new measures to save the sector.
The Business School welcomed a group of Dutch students who flew over to collaborate with Edge Hill University students on a group project and experience the UK culture.
Inspired by retail guru Bill Grimsey, a group of students from Edge Hill University were set the task of preparing Ormskirk for the 21st century.
Local authorities need to be given more powers to grant planning permission, prevent land banking and encourage landlords to fill empty shops, according to a review published today, following research into the state of Britain’s high streets.
A group of third year students spent a week at the University of Bucharest representing Edge Hill in an international competition and boosting their career prospects.
An Edge Hill academic is sharing her expertise of retail marketing as part of a taskforce led by ‘retail tsar’ Bill Grimsey which hopes to revitalise Britain’s troubled High Streets.
Bagging a dream job in marketing before donning her cap and gown is down to networking and making the most of her time at university, according to Marketing graduate Daisy Simonis.