Business development · 20 March 2020

How can High Street business adapt to these times?

Corona-virus is not just affecting the nation’s health, but unfortunately our pockets too. In a matter of days, we have seen have already struggling high-street stores buckle under the unprecedented tidal wave of this pandemic.

British fashion house Laura Ashely, who has 150 stores across the UK has been the first brand to be hit hardest by this. As talks to salvage the depleting brand have been ruled out due to the outbreak, placing 2, 7oo jobs at risk.



Laura is the Junior Reporter at Real Business and Business Advice. She's the first point of call for any PR, business owner or industry insider looking to tell a story of entrepreneurial inspiration, retell some key advice, or a ground-breaking news story. She is the core ambassador for the brand(s) and can be found attending high profile events and meeting disruptive business owners across London and beyond.