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Beginning with a look back at the last 22 years in Housewares with outgoing editor, Jo Howard’s last leader, the new issue of Progressive Housewares brings you all of the usual news, views and industry comment.

All of the winners of the EIH awards, along with the much-loved party pictures start on page 24.

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Some of the finalists in the Retail Employee of the Year award share their predictions for the festive season, as well as their top tips for other retailers in this month’s Food for Thought.

Cleaning, storage and utility are in the spotlight later in the issue, while PH sat down with Morleys Group, winner of the EIH Best Department Store award to find out what gives their stores the edge. And Dinghams in Salisbury stars in the Shelf Portrait.

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We’re now working on the December issue of the magazine and will be in touch over the coming days regarding features and opportunities, but in the meantime, please do keep us up to date with your latest news by emailing katie –

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