Supporting High Streets

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Both large and small retailers are now better engaging with each other in Maidenhead for the benefit of their high street having been brought closer together by the Healthy High Street Champions.
Team work between local high street partnership and Business in the Community’s Healthy High Street champions has reaped dividends for local retailers in Stockton.
The Healthy High Streets programme ran between June 2014 and 2017. Our ambition was to create sustainable relationships between national and local businesses, town centre groups and local authorities and build a collaborative approach to high street revitalisation.
Blakemore Fine Foods helps small food and drink producers grow by providing them with logistics, business and technical support. This has boosted sales and opened up new markets.
The Responsible Business Check Up identifies gaps in your company's CR provision, benchmarks it against similar companies, allows tracking of progress, and provides direction and guidance on developing a strategic approach to integrating CR throughout your operations.
The Business Connector programme increases the positive impact of business in local communities by harnessing the expertise and energy of business people to tackle local challenges.
In spite of current challenges, some town and city centres remain successful, those with strong business-led partnerships and locally active store managers. This study highlights examples of both.