New national President Surinder Josan is ready for his year of action.
In Bury St Edmunds, Caroyl Stennett of Chica Shoes keeps things nice and simple.
John Deane-Bowers has made his Trotter & Deane own-label into a sophisticated success
For Liz Murray, retailling is all about interacting with customers, nurturing community relationships and celebrating craftsmanship.
At the oldest family-owned pet shop in the country, Nick Robinson has combined traditional service and expert knowledge with a new direction in animal nutrition.
This is your bira member magazine November/December 2018. Discover the latest trends, tips and news from the independent retail industry and beyond.
The owner of Prep Cookshop and Richard Dare in north London clearly is a retailer who is up for a challenge.
Ali and Dom Beavon, founders of Prezola, reveal how with bira’s help, they created the online wedding gift list business that is second only to John Lewis.
With eight department stores in the Morleys Group, MD David Hordle directs a constant cycle of investment and improvement in stores, staff and brands.
In Newton Abbot, David Austin believes in investing in his family’s department store business.
Find out the recipe for retail success in May/June 2019 Bira member magazine. Featuring the Big Interview with owners Tom & Alice from Potters of Hockley.
Celebrating 25 years of Northumbria Pets, Keith Nichols and the team keep on smiling.
The July/August edition of the Bira Member Magazine of the British Independent Retailers Association, featuring the ‘Big Interview’ with Mainstreet Trading Company, trade news, social media tips, new rules on payments and more.
Harry Grant likes running a quartet of Glendale Paint shops
The September/October edition of the Bira Member Magazine of the British Independent Retailers Association, featuring the ‘Big Interview’ Neville Moore who runs department stores from Jersey to Northern Ireland.
How Dale and Lauren Siddle keep innovating at Sands of Penrith
Creating runners’ store Advance Performance has been a marathon, not a sprint, for owner Sam Hale and her team.
For 30 years Pete Turner has kept things pure and simple at his menswear store Wellgosh
Mike Abrahams has made Fairtrade, organic and healthy products the successful recipe at Wild Oats in Bristol
How Lucy Matthews is writing the next chapter on her family’s book shops in Cumbria