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John Lewis announced over the weekend it is to launch a £100,000 technology start-up incubator, JLab, in a bid to find the next big idea in retail.
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If the John Lewis Partnership was being given an end-of-term school report, would the headmaster give it 10 out of 10?
It’s coming. Soon the Bitcoin economy will exceed the value of a smaller real world currency and within a decade the BitCoin economy may exceed that of the British pound. At least that’s what the proponents would like us to believe.
British Retail Consortium director-general Helen Dickinson on the BRC’s suggestions for the Chancellor’s budget
With 30,000 people in attendance, the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) annual conference in New York is one of the biggest events in the retail calendar.
Apprenticeships are a personal issue for me. I started as a craft engineering apprentice in 1958 with Howard & Bullough in Accrington.
In the dawn of the ‘internet of everything’, the question on everyone’s lips is how will the technology, which is changing our world every day, impact the world of retail?
JLab, the technology hub John Lewis launched this week, is the latest example of a retailer seeking to embrace the UK’s start-up community.
Barracuda Search co-founder and joint managing director Jamie Zuppinger is staggered by the valuations of recent retail IPOs
It is time to stop unfairly marginalising lower-income consumers, says BrightHouse chief executive Leo McKee.
With the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games due to start this Friday, over 50 UK retailers have been competing in the final event of our retail omni-lympics – the personalisation half-pipe - which judges their ability to cater to all customers in an engaging way.