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Tesco boss Dave Lewis has told staff that its culture, processes and brand proposition must change but progress is being made despite this week’s accounting storm.
Read the Retail Week John Lewis special anniversary issue as a fully digital edition.
Store design, brands and consumer relationships can help store-based retailers thrive in the face of online competition, said Printemps’ boss.
House of Fraser customers will next month be able to pick up high heels with their flat whites as the retailer introduces its click-and-collect service to a Caffè Nero coffee shop.
Retail news round-up on September 26, 2014: Sainsbury’s cuts prices, House of Fraser launches click-and-collect service at Caffè Nero and small investors buy Tesco shares,
Department store John Lewis’s clothing sales plunged 6.9% last week as the warm weather put people off buying autumn stock.
Billionaire retail tycoon Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has agreed a put option covering 23 million shares in troubled grocer Tesco.
Debenhams began collaborating with top designers 21 years ago. Retail Week charts its growth from ‘risky move’ to core offer.
M&S has opened its first standalone ‘back to school’ shop in Manchester and it has become the retailer’s biggest purveyor of the category.
Powerful poster campaigns are few and far between these days so when they do appear, as in HoF’s latest ad, they are all the more striking.
How many additional areas can be added to a department store’s core competence without compromising the whole enterprise?