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Fashion giant Inditex opened the first UK store for its womenswear brand Stradivarius today at Westfield Stratford.
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Latest m-commerce news
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has almost tripled its profits as it prepares for a float on the US stock exchange that could value it at $200bn.
Samsung has launched the Gear S, a 3G-connected smartwatch that can perform the functions of a smartphone without connecting to a separate mobile device via Bluetooth.
Groupon has overhauled its UK website as it vies to take on Amazon and eBay and become an online marketplace.
Game has landed an exclusive deal with Microsoft to sell its digital-only Xbox games. But is it adapting fast enough to cope with the digital revolution?
Shoppers aged between 15 and 24 will spend £5.7bn in 2014 as overall online spending hits £39bn, according to Verdict research.
As the world’s most successful brands are categorised into several retail categories, retailers must innovate their image to remain relevant.
Planning for the Christmas period is well under way, and with more channels than ever the pressure on supply chains has never been greater.
When the Sunday Trading Act 1994 was introduced, part of the rationale was to better reflect the changing needs of consumers - but today those needs are changing again .
The UK has been a pioneer in digital retail since the early days, but retailers must continue adapting to the demands of the consumer to survive.