With Easter fast approaching, Real Business spoke to Jay Rawal, one half of the brother-and-sister team behind luxury British chocolate brand, The London Chocolate Company.
Britain’s sweet-toothed consumers are expected to spend £395m on Easter eggs and other confectionary in 2018, a 5.3 per cent increase from last year, recent data has found.
Restaurant, pub and bar owners can expect to do significantly more business than normal over Easter, as consumer spending is expected to increase 4.5 per cent over the bank holiday, compared with a regular weekend.
British workers across the country are ready to enjoy an Easter weekend, and data from Worldpay shows the four-day break is set to have a cracking impact on seaside-based businesses.
New research conducted by Atomik Research for Direct Line for Business has revealed that 60 per cent of the 844,000 home business owners with dependent children take time away from business to invest in their young ones during school holidays.
With Easter fast approaching, new research by Webloyalty reveals an expected increase in retail spending over the Easter period.