Priorities

BUILDING MOMENTUM ON THE JOURNEY TO BETTER JOBS, REFORM OF RATES AND ENSURING BREXIT ENABLES RETAILERS TO CONTINUE TO OFFER GREAT CHOICE AND VALUE

Priorities

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    Better Jobs

    Enhancing momentum to Better Jobs and achieving greater flexibility in the use of the Apprenticeship Levy
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    Better Retail Better World

    Driving improvements in responsible business practices
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    BREXIT

    Campaigning for a fair Brexit for consumers
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    BUSINESS RATES

    Ensuring fundamental reform of business rates
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    Crime

    Protecting retail colleagues and companies
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    Diet and Nutrition

    Shaping the obesity strategy to limit the impact of interventions on price and promotions.

The BRC is an important, collective shield and advocate in uncertain times.

BrightHouse

The BRC gives us an opportunity to benchmark and keep abreast with our retail colleagues, provides easy access to government policy makers, and collates an ‘industry’ view, which can then have influence and impact.

Marks & Spencer

Public policy is impacting on the retail industry on many fronts – without BRC membership it would not be possible for us to maintain awareness and influence the outcome.

Boots

Even when we only have limited influence on legal/regulatory changes, the early warning of change and ongoing updates from the BRC mean that we are able to plan our response with the maximum possible window.

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