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Where are the largest cities in Britain? The other day, over on that Twitter, I was invited (no, really, I was) to help settle an argument: how big is Sheffield? A property listing, for the old town hall, had suggested it had once been the nerve centre of the UK's third largest metropolis. No one seemed quite convinced by this, for the very good reason that everyone involved could think of three bigger cities without breaking a sweat. Caribbean restaurant chain to open two new sites by 2017 MOUTHWATERING: A main course at Sugar Dumplin A FAST-growing Caribbean restaurant chain in the UK is set to open two new sites before spring of 2017. Sugar Dumplin, the brain child of entrepreneurs Norris Panton and Craig Ince, was launched in early 2015 and has already been established in three locations – Glasgow, Scotland, Camberley, Surrey and Kingston, Richmond. The two new locations will open in Wembley, north London, in November and Leeds by early next year.

Beauty and Personal Care in Turkey New Report Guarantee If you purchase a report that is updated in the next 60 days, we will send you the new edition and data extract FREE! Beauty and personal care continues to grow The Turkish beauty and personal care market continued to grow in 2015 thanks to a number of categories in which both economy and premium brands recorded sales increases through the launch of new formats and multi-functional products. A new group of younger consumers who are particularly influenced by social media are also becoming more interested in beauty and personal care products due to growing social pressures.

Meet today’s American consumer US consumers feel better about their financial situation than they did a year ago, but they’re still hesitant to spend too much. Compared with the rest of the world, Americans are feeling pretty good about their finances. While many consumers in other countries are living paycheck to paycheck and worrying about becoming unemployed, American consumers are comparatively unconcerned about their household’s financial future. Zady 'Sourced In' Tag Campaign Looks to ID Origin of Clothing Check the tag on the back of your shirt. More likely than not, it will say Made in China, or if you are the kind of consumer who cares about supporting local business, maybe you will see Made in America. But don’t pat yourself on the back just yet, because those words may not carry that much weight. Zady, an online retailer that targets conscious consumers, is launching a movement to establish a “Sourced In” tag for clothing brands sold in U.S. “Transparency is the first step to taking responsibility,” Maxine Bedat, the cofounder of Zady, says in an email interview about her “We the People” petition to the White House.

Manchester listed as one of Europe’s most attractive retail markets The requested news item does not exist. Please return to News ​BCSC, Manchester 14th September 2016 - Retail in Manchester is taking off as the city benefits from access to a large consumer market, new transport links and growing levels of spend according to JLL. Caribbean restaurant chain Turtle Bay could be the next big name in the High Street (From Gazette) A RESTAURANT chain offering a taste of the Caribbean could be the next big brand planning to move into Colchester High Street. Turtle Bay, which has 15 branches across the UK, offers up food inspired by beach hawkers and snack shacks and more than 40 rums to sip and try in cocktails, have begun advertising for staff for a new Colchester branch. It is believed the new restaurant could set up in close proximity to the would-be sites for Latin American-themed eatery Las Iguanas and Asian sensation Wagamamas in Greytown House on Colchester High Street. A spokesman for Turtle Bay said it was too early to confirm or deny whether they were looking for sites in the town centre.

Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Dry Sheet Mask Charlotte Tilbury just created what might be the easiest face mask to use on the planet. "You can do anything wearing it — you can bonk in it if you had to," the celebrity makeup artist told editors at an event in NYC to celebrate the launch. The buzzy skin care must have is Charlotte Tilbury's The Instant Magic Dry Facial Sheet Mask (available for $22 on March 3 at charlottetilbury.com, and then on March 10 at Nordstrom, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale's, and Net-A-Porter.com). It's revolutionary in many ways. First of all, unlike many of it's K-Beauty predecessors, it is a dry sheet mask, so there won't be any serum on your face during the 15-minute treatment. Instead, it feels like a balmy, soothing cloth that you hook over your ears to hold it in place.

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