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Retail Week's 12 days of Christmas
Access all of the content from Retail Week’s 12 days of Christmas here.
With a general election coming up, it’s hard for retailers to second-guess prospects for 2015. Retail Week looks at the Christmas gifts retailers will hope for.
John Lewis deputy chairman and Waitrose boss Mark Price gives his thoughts on 2014 and what the future holds for grocery retail.
So you think you know retail? Below are the answers to our ultimate retail Christmas quiz. How did you get on?
What’s it like doing all your shopping on a smartphone? We asked Will Dorling, a partner at Weve, to try it out and report on his findings.
Who are the unsung heroes of Christmas 2014? We asked retailers to nominate employees who are helping to make Christmas happen this year.
Just how good are retail’s premium delivery services? We tested some to see how well they’re performing during 2014’s peak period.
Sue Robinson, branch manager at Waitrose’s Westfield London, reveals how to prevent turkey shortage on the busiest Christmas shopping day.
How did retailers fare in this year’s battle of the Christmas ads? We spoke to advertising and social media experts to find out.
The Golden Quarter is crucially important for retailers – but it’s not a particuarly easy time for staff. Here are 12 things every retailer knows to be true about the peak period.
Christmas 2014 has already been an eventful one for retailers, and there are still a few weeks to go yet. Above are some of the key stats from the festive season.
With Christmas fast approaching, we take a look at the grocers’ festive food offers, from six-bird roasts to smoked reindeer and beyond.
More Christmas news & analysis
Christmas goods still seem to be in plentiful stock in some Aldi stores, discovers Grocery Insight director Steve Dresser.
Amazon raked in one in every four pounds spent on entertainment in the last quarter of 2014, as the supermarkets saw their marketshare fall.
Retailers’ multichannel system were run to capacity over the Christmas period, resulting in online chaos and customer service failures.