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With Christmas fast approaching and customers more digitally connected than ever, how will retailers rise to the challenge of engaging consumers?
Marks & Spencer has opened its first standalone back to school store in Manchester’s Trafford Centre.
Planning for the Christmas period is well under way, and with more channels than ever the pressure on supply chains has never been greater.
Fortnum & Mason’s chief executive Ewan Venters talks to Retail Week about the upcoming Heathrow Terminal 5 store, expansion and brand overhaul.
Department store Selfridges became the first retailer to open its Christmas department this year yesterday, with 142 shopping days left until the big day.
Latest Christmas news
Marks & Spencer is “firing on all cylinders” and prepared to deliver this Christmas, according to its food boss Steve Rowe.
Sales growth is expected to be unspectacular this Christmas with just 3% growth in December forecast, a slower rate than last year, according to Mintel.
Selfridges became the first department store in the world to open its Christmas shop this year last week. Retail Week visits the Winter Wonderland.
Argos predicts traditional toys will go head-to-head with their high-tech counterparts as it unveils its predictions for the top 13 Christmas toys.
Currys and PC World has unveiled its top 10 predictions of what customers are expected to snap up this Christmas, with wearable tech high on the list.