With 20 official shopping days left and the pre-advent countdown well and truly underway, the largest operator of visitor attractions in Scotland has launched its first ever Christmas gift collection online. The new online festive experience hopes to put the fun back into Christmas shopping this season.
The NW delegates are meeting for the 2nd day of training for the Retail Resilience Programme This time it is the buying workshop so the delegates are full of information about product strategy, range planning, supplier selection and evaluating the range.
they will need a well earned break before they meet again for the 3rd day of VM in January in Manchester.
Delegates from the NW region are taking part in the Finance Workshop at the Lancashire Conservation Studios in Preston. Calculators at the ready! Really good to see the Retail Resilience Programme in action. We also welcome 18 new members to ACE and look forward to growing our networks.
This is the last week for nominations for the Retail Resilience Programme being held in the North West of England. This 4 day programme is being funded by the Arts Council and is free of charge for Arts Council Accredited Museums.
Outgoing Chair of ACE John Stachiewicz, Commercial Director of Tate, closes his final conference as Chair. He praises a "thrilling and invigorating convention". He is delighted that the events and offer of ACE has gone from strength to strength.
The winners of the 2015 ACE Best Product Awards were announced at the Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth on Tuesday 3rd March. Congratulations to the winners and runners up, and thank you to everyone who entered!
People's Choice (voted for by delegates) - Best Product