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Philip Moss on the British Shooting Show

Philip Moss provides an overview of the all-conquering British Shooting Show and his views on other shows and fairs in general At shows, it is usually the traders who are gloomy and complaining that things aren’t going the way they

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Roger Williams on possible trade relationships with France

Roger Williams dons his beret and pours a carafe of Pinot Noir to study the possibility of a reliable trade relationship with France France is not a place to establish a new business It is, however, an interesting place to

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GTN interviews Ian Gordon

Edgar Brothers’ new managing director, Ian Gordon, shares his plans for the future and outlines what the restructure of the business means Founded in 1947, Edgar Brothers is one of the oldest and most well-established firearms and ammunition distributors in

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Breaking boundaries

Outdated preconceptions are cast aside as women’s participation in field sports continues to grow. The number of women taking part in both clay and game shooting, including grouse, in Scotland has risen steadily over the past few years, breaking the

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Don’t miss out: What’s on at IWA

The IWA Forum and Retail 4.0 will be running a series of events and seminars to boost business acumen. GTN have a comprehensive list for you to check out. Friday 8 March – IWA Forum Hall 3-127 11:30 – 12:00:

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Mat Manning teams up with Stuart Grant to help retailers

Mat Manning catches up with Stuart Grant from Elite Optical Distribution, as they seek to help retailers get more from airgun sights and accessories. The airgun market is booming but most retailers could be doing a lot more to take

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Retail Armageddon

In December it started to become apparent that a decision had been made to step-up preparations for a no-deal Brexit amid uncertainty over the fate of Theresa May’s proposed exit deal. With only two months until the UK formally withdraws

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As Pretty As A Picture

As progressive as the world of online shopping is, many shoppers still prefer to buy certain things in store – where they can see, touch and demo the product before indulging in a large outlay. So, although it is clichéd,

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Fjord Focus

The threat of a no-deal Brexit is becoming increasingly likely. Roger Williams investigates Norway – another European nation outside of the EU and one of the top ten countries (out of 189) for ease of doing doing business. Most Norwegians

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Deal Or No Deal

In August the government released 84 documents offering guidance on how to prepare for Brexit in the increasingly likely circumstances of a ‘no deal’ exit. the papers impact all manner of business and cover aspects from farming to VAT receipts.

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