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The 34,000 sq ft JD Sports store which opened at the weekend on London’s Oxford Street is all about giving consumers more choice.
For the past 60 years British governments have not had an airport strategy and it is now clear there is vital need for expansion.
Happy belated Father’s Day to all dads. I hope your comedy socks survived their first wash. If not, there will be another pair next year.
In the first of a new series of blogs revealing everything retailers need to know about RFID, GS1 UK zeroes in on the technology’s retail benefits in a multichannel world.
John Lewis is to charge for small click-and-collect orders, suggesting it is failing to persuade shoppers to spend on additional purchases.
Logistics, once seen as an essential but unglamorous part of retail, has in recent years become something of an industry poster child.
When selecting new managers, look to your existing colleagues first – the grass is not always greener on the other side.
Until his surprise appointment as Carpetright boss, former HMV man Wilf Walsh was more associated with Inspiral than inspiring carpets.
Coffee has long been seen as an easy way of making money by many retailers, but are we now afloat with the brown stuff?
Meerkat is a great way of telling your brand story and engaging with people. They see how we interact with customers and get to meet our staff.