Supplier News: Muume Connect- Connect with Your Customers with a Brand New Messaging App

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Introducing Muume Connect, your very own branded mobile app available for IOS & Android devices.

2020 hasn’t been the greatest of years, but it has highlighted one key factor – communications is of vital importance.

Poor communications can leave your customers confused (is it a rule of six, am I eating out to help out, what country can I go on holiday to…..) however, with Muume Connect, you can really make a difference a keep your customers updated on all sorts of news.

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One Week Until Heart of the Community 2020!

Book your place at the convenience and local shop sector’s pre-eminent political event, the ACS Heart of the Community conference!

There is now only one week until this year’s conference, taking place virtually on 13th October, which will bring together convenience retailers, industry experts and senior policy makers to explore how the latest political agenda and legacy of Covid-19 will impact convenience store businesses now and into the future.

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ACS Welcomes Call for Evidence on Alcohol Duty

ACS has welcomed a new call for evidence launched by the Treasury and HMRC on the alcohol duty system.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Alcohol Duty Review in the 2020 Budget, which intends to improve and simplify the current system, as well as reducing administrative burdens on both businesses and HMRC. The review is being undertaken following the UK’s exit from the European Union.

The call for evidence seeks views on a wide range of areas relating to alcohol taxation, including:

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ACS Welcomes Progress of Bill to Delay Rates Re-Evaluation to 2023

ACS has welcomed the progress of a Bill in Parliament to postpone the next re-evaluation of business rates.

The Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No.2) Bill, if passed, would postpone the date on which the next re-evaluation of business rates in England and Wales takes effect from 2022 to 2023. MPs debated the Bill at Second Reading stage today and was progressed without the need for a vote. The Scottish Government has also committed to delay its 2022 revaluation until 2023.

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