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(United Kingdom) - Economic hardship – a term that many businesses around the world will be familiar with today and the personal care sector is no different. A national lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19 enforced the closure of many suppliers, manufacturers, brands and retailers, with a considerable knock-on effect for consumer-facing salons and beauty bars as social distancing came to the fore. With a diminished clientele, employees were soon furloughed through government schemes to help keep the economy afloat. But the impact of an economic shutdown and sustained social distancing measures will continue to...
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