Covid had 'lasting legacy' on indie web development

Covid had 'lasting legacy' on indie web development

Pickled Pepper Books’ Steven Pryse has said the challenges of bookselling through the pandemic accelerated many independent booksellers’ website development.

The owner of the independent bookshop in North London explored the challenges of bookselling in lockdown for The Bookseller’s Children’s Conference on Monday (20th September). He also highlighted the need for business rates reform and warned about supply chain issues.

He explained how booksellers rose to the challenge over lockdown. “[While] the retail sector was ordered to close its doors to the public, with books in greater demand ...

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