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11:21

Local

Shops have lost up to 60 per cent of business due to the Covid restrictions

JUAN SOTO

businesses have seen the number of customers drop by 60 per cent, and shoppers have missed out on offers such as the Black Friday price reductions and are increasingly turning to online purchasing because they cannot get to shops in other towns. The move ... business," says Salvador Pérez of the Malaga Comercio federation. The limited opening hours, with non-essential shops having to close at 6pm, is also having an effect. Major stores are also noticing the difference, such as Ikea, Leroy Merlin and shopping ... what we have lost, but at least we can start to lift our heads out of the water," he says. It is a similar picture everywhere, and affects shops of all sizes. In Torremolinos, the president of the retailers' association, Juan Vallejo, says businesses

16:04

What to do

Spring concerts and events around Malaga province

denise bush

Live Music and Concerts Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 9 March, 8pm Cuarteto para el fin de los tiempos. .6 April, 8pm La Spagna. 11 May, 8pm Quinteto OFM. 1 June,

19:51

Local

New Year sales in Spain start with the lowest spending forecast in history

JUAN SOTO

...turnover could fall up by to 40 per cent compared to last year - a huge setback for a sector that has been struggling since last March and that has just finished a Christmas campaign to forget. The president of the Malaga business federation, Salvador ... Pérez, estimates that businesses have already lost between 40 and 60 per cent of sales during the recently concluded Christmas period and said, “There is uncertainty since we do not know if new restrictions are going to be implemented." He claimed the ... businesses, which is where the main buyers have concentrated. Shoppers Laura and her mother Elena were on the look out for bargains. "There are very good offers, especially in branded clothing, which is what we are looking for," explained Elena.

18:53

Opinion

Winemakers

ANDREW J. LINN

...winemaker from outside the company or family is not recorded, but once the practice had started it became widespread. As in all businesses, an outsider coming in can see things that insiders don't. Woods and trees and all that. These days it is more

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

...unfurl after a weird couple of months, the latest INE statistics are a brutal reminder that Spain was closed for any kind of business during April. The effects of that closure, on everything from employment to the population's mental and physical well

14:39

Local

Business communities discuss the challenges of Brexit and the new normal

EFE

Representatives from the British and Spanish business communities got together on Tuesday morning in Marbella for an event organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Spain (BCC) and the CIT business association in Marbella to analyse ... to urge all British nationals resident in Spain to make sure their residency papers are in order before the end of the year. Arbouin pointed out that both for British individuals and businesses in Spain there was likely to be more bureaucracy from

12:10

Local

Cruise ships to return to the Costa 'in the second half of the year'

EUROPA PRESS

Rubio acknowledge the "significant blow” of losing the cruise ship business for more than a year: "This activity accounts for 25 per cent of all the income of the port, it is like any company that if income falls by 25 per cent it has a big impact."

18:15

Local

More than 2,300 self-employed and SMEs apply for direct council subsidies in Marbella

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

More than 2,300 self-employed people and small and medium-sized businesses have applied for direct financial support, the council has confirmed, after the 15-day application period came to an end. Councillor for Economic Development, Cristóbal ... was not part of the municipal remit," said Garre, "but we have been able to find a way to support our shops and hospitality businesses." This was achieved, he explained, by stressing the social nature of this aid in the context of the health crisis. ... picked up before the six months are up. Félix Romero supported this idea, explaining that four new four new business licences had been granted which, as he stated, "signify four new businesses that are starting up", as well as other urban planning

13:27

LifeStyle

'Tis the season to think eco

Jennie Rhodes

...them especially hard, with most having to close or have reduced opening times for several months. While you might end up paying a bit extra, you’ll be supporting local business and helping the local area to survive. What’s more, some independent

21:23

Local

Shutters stay down on majority of Costa beach bars this Easter

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

...wave hovering. Many beach businesses, therefore, have decided to postpone their reopening until later in the year. José Ravira Díaz, the Marbella representative of the Costa del Sol bBeach Entrepreneurs Association estimates that of the slightly more ... have had to continue paying taxes and fees: "The national government has not reduced our taxes one cent," he complained, although he did acknowledge the assistance the businesses have received from the town council with a reduction in their rates.

16:20

Gibraltar

EU Commission approves Gibraltar business measures

Debbie Bartlett

The European Commission announced this week that it had approved the umbrella measures taken in Gibraltar to support business and employment during and after the coronavirus pandemic, a move which was welcomed by the Gibraltar government. The ... Government to Parliament recently. It is not, the authorities have stressed, a grant of £100 million awarded by the EU to Gibraltar. Member States of the European Union have taken emergency measures to assist businesses as a result of COVID-19, and ... Picardo, said after receiving the notification earlier this week: "The approval of these measures is an important underpinning of the work done in Gibraltar to secure our businesses and their employees in this difficult period. The work we have done now

17:17

LifeStyle

Forbes ranks Dani García as one of the hundred most creative business people in Spain

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Last November Dani García may have hung up his chef's jacket with the three Michelin stars on it, but not his apron. Since then he has been working on his ambitious business project that will allow him to take his cuisine to the whole world, ... come, has been sufficient motive for Forbes to include him in the hundred most creative Spanish people in the world of business. "It seems strange to me," said the Marbella-born chef, when asked about the list in which he appears alongside many other ... respected names from the world of business, culture and gastronomy. From cooking colleagues like Ángel León, the Roca brothers, José Andrés, Nino Redruello and Sandro Silva to famous faces from the world of the small and big screen like Santiago Segura or

15:45

LifeStyle

Destination weddings on your doorstep

Andrew Forbes

...affected, but also all the associated businesses that are supported by Destination Weddings in Andalucía. The impact of the pandemic has been exacerbated by the limited support offered to the many businesses affected. “Some smaller self-employed suppliers ... typically take a break from the expensive Spanish social security system in the winter and re-register for the wedding season, usually in March - ready for April and May weddings. So, these business owners have received no help whatsoever from the ... government.” Laura continues, “Wedding planners, hotels, venues, entertainers, musicians, caterers, florists, photographers, stationers, jewellers, dress suppliers and even transport companies have been significantly affected; the list of small businesses

16:59

Sport

Novak Djokovic back in business in Marbella

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Two weeks after an error in the interpretation of the lockdown rules saw Novak Djokovic and the Puente Romano Tennis Club in Marbella get in a spot of trouble, the world tennis number one returned on Monday, this time with the government's regulation