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Five years into the role, DFS chief executive Ian Filby is plotting the retailer’s multichannel future after overseeing its recent float.
Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
John Lewis recorded a sales surge for the week ending 25 July after furniture performed well and its clearance Sale ended well.
Pricing is at last starting to get the recognition it deserves at board level, given how critical it is to revenues and margins.
News editor James Wilmore and senior reporter Matthew Chapman analyse the week’s biggest retail stories.
Retail sales volumes have hit their longest period of sustained growth for more than seven years after jumping 4% in June.
Harvey Nichols has withdrawn from its luxurious seven-floor department store in Azerbaijan’s capital months after a high-profile launch, Retail Week can reveal.
Harvey Nichols re-opens its Birmingham store this week with an impressive offer, as it aims to entice local entrepreneurs and millionaires.
Harvey Nichols has lifted the curtain on a new store concept in Birmingham which it says will be the “blueprint” for all its future shops.
The notion of what constitutes a pop-up may be changing, but it is an increasingly important approach for retailers of all kinds to consider.
After a difficult season for many fashion retailers, no big ‘loser’ has yet been identified… but is Marks & Spencer a candidate?