Tuesday 12th November 2019 View in browser
Bournemouth Echo
Business Digest

Good morning! Or, if your inbox is crazy busy, good afternoon/good evening.

It's tempting to start this week's round-up by recapping on the retailers who've revealed serious problems since last week. But, important as that is, there is some positive news about.

  • Dorset’s famous iced coffee brand has branched out into selling beans for the hot kind.
  • The bakery Greggs is one high street name that is seeing sales increase.
  • The boss of Beales has told why he’s opening stores when other people are closing them.
  • And a company running pleasure cruises in Poole Harbour is now in the ownership of a big player from San Francisco.

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Until next time,

Darren Slade

Business editor

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