Chener Books modernises with Google digital revamp scheme

Chener Books modernises with Google digital revamp scheme

A 40-year-old independent bookshop in London has undergone a digital transformation after its owner signed up to a Google project which pairs young people with businesses.

Poet and illustrator Miranda Peake set about revamping Chener Books in East Dulwich after taking it over last autumn following the death of its previous owner and founder, John Kennedy. Two months in, she was contacted about a technology scheme which sees young people contribute skills to businesses in need.

Now Sam Wallis, 18, and Hisham Dalton, 19, have joined forces with Peake to boost the shop's web presence as part...

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