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The High Street Industry Movement
SaveTheHighStreet.org provides unique new support for local business owners, start-ups, community champions, industry suppliers, landlords, local authorities, BIDs, property developers, trade associations and others, across the UK.
The future of the high street depends on how we all act now.
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The voice of the high street
An impressive industry-wide audience attended the Completely Retail Marketplace event on 28th September at London’s Old Billingsgate Market. The event pulls together the UK’s most diverse network of retail brands, landlords, agents, operators, property developers, franchise operators and shopping centre owners as well as local authorities community champions and others interested in the high street. Our […]
We can all play a role and benefit
The high street needs help! This is why SaveTheHighStreet.org is so important. Together we are stronger, and one hell of a force to be reckoned with.”
“SaveTheHighStreet.org and the digital assistant they developed called Jo gives our local businesses in Barnes the support they need to ensure a successful and profitable future.”
“40 Colori supports SavetheHightStreet.org because they are working for something that affects loads of small family businesses. Thank you for working to keep small businesses around and growing.”
‘SaveTheHighStreet.org is working with us on a variety of shopping centres to radically improve the way we fill vacant space and work with occupiers in this industry.’
“These are challenging times for independent retailers. It is heartening and promising to see that groups, organisations and individuals are collaborating to secure a future for independents both on line and on the high street.”
“It’s not easy on your own, so it’s great to have a resource like SaveTheHighStreet.org where we can share our ideas and look at ways to ensure the future of the High Street together.”