Latest member content


Here are a few details of the latest member-only content, if you would like to talk to us about joining the MIA and becoming part of the industry community, please get in touch.

CMA support for Bricks & Mortar

There are important changes coming into force on the 1st June which will affect what manufacturers and distributors can enforce within reseller agreements. The changes point toward more support for Bricks & Mortar retail. Executive Director Anthony Short has written a piece to introduce this topic, and we are partnered with Marc Shrimpling of Osborne Clarke to provide a Webinar for MIA members.

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A free Risk Assessment from Croner

Part of your obligation as an employer is to ensure the health & safety of your workforce. You must carry out assessments of your work environment and processes. We are delighted to share with MIA members that throughout June, Croner are offering free risk assessments to members to prepare them for a HSE spot check and ensure legal compliance.

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The Retailer: Spring 2022 Edition

The Retailer is the British Retail Consortium’s in-house quarterly online magazine that provides thought-leading insights from experts. This is a valuable resource for professionals working across all areas of retail. We are pleased to share the Spring 2022 edition with you, which covers topics such as unified solutions for omnified retail, maintaining focus on the digital transformation journey, driving innovation in the retail sector and streamlining the supply chain.

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The latest research and analysis from the BRC

The British Retail Consortium produces unbiased research and analysis on retail performance and the economic drivers influencing the British retail industry. The MIA’s Membership with the BRC gives us access to an expanded portfolio of content to share with our members. We’re pleased to share the headline statistics from these reports on retail sales, inflation and footfall.

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Watch it back: Discussing UKCA with BEIS

We are pleased to share with you a Webinar recorded with Lora Bedford of the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). Lora (who leads on UKCA Engagement) answers questions from our members and sheds some much needed light on the new rules coming into place.

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