Pret a Manger to renegotiate rents as it prepares for post-pandemic world

Pret A Manger aims to renegotiate rents

Sandwich and coffee specialist Pret a Manger has drafted in advisers to renegotiate rents as it adapts to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Pret, which will be trading from 300 of its 400 shops by next week, aims to address rents to reflect the “new retail environment”.

Pret has brought Alvarez & Marsal and CWM on board to advise on a business transformation.

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