Better business drives resilience & growth in the West

By Ollie Lewis
Over 90% of B Corps in Bristol and Bath predicting growth in 2021
01/04/2021/by Ollie Lewis

International Women’s Day 2021 – A year on, a year stronger.

By Ollie Lewis
Laura and I haven't seen each other for almost six months, instead living and working at home in our local areas some 50 miles apart. But still our strength, fight and determination to be the best partners, mothers, sisters, daughters, business owners, leaders and friends continues.
08/03/2021/by Ollie Lewis

Double Retail X Future of Retail

By Ollie Lewis
If we are going to show the consumer why the high street and physical retail spaces are a key anchor to the retail experience, 2021 is the year. As a cohort we need to now put in the effort to ensure that physical retail post covid 19 is what the consumer has been demanding.
28/01/2021/by Ollie Lewis

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By Alex Forsyth

Responsible Retail Spotlight: Waste & Recycling

By Double Retail
We’re certainly aware that our work has a significant effect on the environment and that as an industry, retail has a throwaway culture that reflects that of fashion and consumable goods.
31/03/2020/by Double Retail

Responsible Retail Spotlight: Energy & Processes

By Double Retail
For every retail programme, we have to consider the environmental impact it has, including delivery from the factory to your store(s) or distribution center.
31/03/2020/by Double Retail

Responsible Retail Spotlight: Materials

By Double Retail
Raw materials and their extraction source are the most opaque area of data for reporting on retail fixture sustainability. We make every effort to understand where our materials come from, but it isn’t always possible to trace to the root source.
31/03/2020/by Double Retail

Carbon offsetting your retail project. What you need to know.

By John Caswell
So, what can be done about a projects emissions, and how can offsetting play its part?
31/03/2020/by John Caswell

Why we report on carbon and how?

By John Caswell
As we move ever closer to trying to reach ‘net zero’, it’s important to understand where our biggest impacts are, to help us make the most informed decisions....
31/03/2020/by John Caswell
Bustling high street scene

The future of the high street

By Alex Forsyth
Our high streets are in rapid decline. Once bustling avenues of activity and commerce – a walk in any city center across the country is evidence enough that these have degraded to characterless corridors of cookie-cutter store templates slowly declining into obscurity.
31/03/2020/by Alex Forsyth

#StartTheRestart

By Double Retail
January 7th 2020 Covid-19 has been announced as a new coronavirus, January 7th 2020 I hand in my notice to start a new career at Double Retail.
31/03/2020/by Double Retail

Why my wardrobe is not fit for a pandemic crisis. Who knew?

By Liza Boutet
Week 2 of WFH, so far so good and still positive. This weekend gave me the opportunity to reflect back about that first week of isolation and I mentioned to my husband that most days felt like they were merging into one.
31/03/2020/by Liza Boutet
10 Years balloons by Max McClure

Reflecting on 10 years of Double

By Dave Corke
Why become involved in a business? A question you may ask, or you may not.
26/03/2020/by Dave Corke
Man looking bored

Tired of the news? Here’s something to cheer you up.

By Double Retail
Boredom is not a man’s best friend, unlike your dog, which you may be trying to get a moments rest from.
25/03/2020/by Double Retail
Hands make a heart

Double’s View – International Women’s Day 2020

By Double Retail
The team at Double gives their take on Eurosop 2020. Describing the main themes on display and their impact on the retail design industry.
07/03/2020/by Double Retail
Hand touching reprocessed material board

Double take on Euroshop 2020

By Ellie Stopher
The team at Double gives their take on Eurosop 2020. Describing the main themes on display and their impact on the retail design industry.
28/02/2020/by Ellie Stopher
Matt Tipping Double Retail

Do you believe in building a ‘better business’?

By Matt Tipping
Business isn’t just about making money. The current overarching aim for the primacy of shareholders is a broken one; the system simply isn’t working. In terms of the industry we are based in, retail has always been a thing and will always be a thing - but the journey has got to change.
17/02/2020/by Matt Tipping

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By Alex Forsyth
Make every unit work harder.

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By Alex Forsyth
Design with circularity.

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By Alex Forsyth
Keep design consistent.

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By Alex Forsyth
Provide Flexibility for the Future.

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By Alex Forsyth
Plan Time Effectively.

Low carbon retail design. What’s that?

By John Caswell
With global temperatures rising faster than ever due to human-induced warming, it’s more important now than ever before that we start to understand, measure and rapidly reduce the environmental impact of the built environments we create.
22/10/2019/by John Caswell

Back to Work Without a Bump

By Polly Grinnell
“I’m pregnant!”

From the moment you tell your boss you’re pregnant, things change. Suddenly you both know that there’s something bigger than your day job that’s stealing away your attention and you both know that, at some point in the not so distant future, you’ll be taking some time out of the business.
16/10/2019/by Polly Grinnell

Materials matter… so what are the alternatives to PVC foamboard?

By John Caswell
Closed-cell PVC foamboard is the go-to material for most internal and some external signage. Here are 3 less toxic, more easily recyclable and sustainable alternatives.
09/09/2019/by John Caswell

Materials matter… so what are the alternatives to MDF?

By John Caswell
Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) is everywhere and because it's cheap, smooth, and relatively strong it's become the go-to sheet material for shop fixtures and furniture. Let’s take a look at 3 less harmful and more sustainable alternatives.
29/08/2019/by John Caswell

Musings on the subject of ‘time’.

By Dave Corke
We've all been there - Sat in those meetings, agreeing to this and to that, and then later when you sit back down at your desk you suddenly realise that time, the master of mischief and mayhem, has struck again.
27/08/2019/by Dave Corke

Canada Goose

By Alex Forsyth
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