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Title: The post-COVID-19 retail landscapes: perceptions of small and medium size retailers in South Africa
Authors: Abe, Isaac Idowu 
Mugobo, Virimai Victor 
Keywords: Small and medium retailers;struggles;opportunities;informal sector
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: UNIE Business Research
Source: Abe, I. & Mugobo, V. 2021. The post-COVID-19 retail landscapes: perceptions of small and medium size retailers in South Africa. Harvard Deusto Business Research, x(2): 337-345. [https://unieresearch.universidadunie.com/ubr/article/view/364]
Journal: Harvard Deusto Business Research 
Abstract: This paper offer insight to the substantial role of the small and medium retailers (S&M) and how Covid-19 has impacted the sector. The economic contribution of this group of retailers have been noted to be high. Policy measures of the government of South Africa in response to the pandemic was severe on the informal retailers who were stopped from operating their businesses. The paper highlighted the internal and external struggles and opportunities of the retailers. There is the need to revalue the sector according to its contribution to the society, assist the retailers to improve on their infrastructure, formalise their practises, embark on reform programmes aimed at improving their capacities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/8928
DOI: https://unieresearch.universidadunie.com/ubr/article/view/364
2952-2641
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