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Ecommerce in fashion - October 2012

Retail Week Ecommerce in Fashion

Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.

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Infographic: Waitrose hit by food deflation while John Lewis sales rise

Waitrose sales growth was held back in the week ending February 28 by food price deflation and tough comparatives.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on Apple, high street sales and DFS

Retail news round-up on March 6, 2015: Apple Pay hit by fraudulent transactions, high street sales fall in February and DFS sets share price at lower end of range.

New Look

New Look to move into new London flagship in Oxford Circus

New Look is to move into a 31,800 sq ft flagship store in London’s Oxford Circus in 2017.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on Amazon, Farfetch and Harvey Norman

Retail news round-up on March 5, 2015: ASA bans Amazon’s misleading Prime ‘free trial’ ad, Farfetch raises financing, Harvey Norman reduces Irish losses

Very is populating its site with user generated content

Very automates adding content to its site from social media

Shop Direct has automated the integration of posts from shoppers’ social media accounts onto its Very.co.uk website as part of its #VeryMe campaign.

Are Amazon and fashion a sartorial mismatch?

Comment: Amazon and fashion are currently a sartorial mismatch

Amazon has been ramping up endeavours to make Amazon Fashion the go-to destination for fashionable apparel, but the foray remains misguided.

In light of the management changes across the sector it should be noted that change is an unpredictable but normal part of retail.

Comment: Embracing change is central to retail success

In light of management changes across the sector, it should be noted that change is an unpredictable but inherent part of the retail world.

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