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    The Drum (22 Jul 2019)

    Sainsbury's becomes Signsbury's to include deaf shoppers in 150th birthday

    SAINSBURY'S has set up an inclusive pop-up store named Signsbury's to accommodate deaf and hard-of-hearing customers. It hopes it will raise awareness for the public to better engage with them. The store is in Bath and includes smart tech and visual guides as aids. Furthermore the staff have been taught key phrases in British Sign Language. Dynamic video screens have also been set up to teach basic words like milk and trolley. The campaign was delivered by GRAVITY ROAD, PHD and HOPE & GLORY. It marks its '150 Days of Community' initiative for the store's 150th birthday. Signsbury's will be open for four days from 18-21 July.

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    Retail Gazette (17 Jul 2019)

    Argos' digital director Mark Steel resigns

    ARGOS is set to see digital director Mark Steel resign in August. This comes as the business seeks to better integrate itself with parent company SAINSBURY'S. The search for Steel's replacement is still underway. The new employee will report to Sainsbury’s chief digital officer Clodagh Moriarty.

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