HDH features in Drapers’ investigation into the post-Covid high street of the future

Retail | 23.02.2021

James Ebel, CEO of Harper Dennis Hobbs, recently features in a Drapers article looking at the impact Covid has had on the high street of the future.

As part of the investigation, James discussed how landlord-tenant relationships had changed over the course of the last year and the need for greater cooperation between the two parties.

Read the full piece here:https://www.drapersonline.com/insight/analysis/drapers-investigates-what-will-the-post-covid-19-high-street-of-the-future-look-like

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