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Which retail campaigns hit the right note and which need a rethink? Rebecca Thomson gets the views of two advertising experts and assesses social media reaction to some of this year’s Christmas ads.
Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.
Cath Kidston is eyeing a sale in the new year which could value the retailer at £250m.
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has unveiled a £1bn package of support to boost UK high streets including tackling parking.
Regent Street retailers including Burberry, J Crew and Hamleys have pulled out all the stops for their Christmas window displays.
Kitsch homewares retailer Cath Kidston opened its Piccadilly flagship today.
Warehouse is to open a flagship store on Oxford Street, which will be used to showcase the fashion brand to an international audience.
Nestled among the Amex, Westpac and Macquarie banks in the financial district of Sydney, Shirt Bar is a shirt store with a difference.
Charles Tyrwhitt founder Nick Wheeler was named Retailer of the Year at last week’s Retail Week Enterprise Awards. Rebecca Thomson speaks to him about how he set up his business and the lessons he has learned.
Sir Philip Green says the weather has been both unseasonably mild and wet recently, but Arcadia’s problems are more deep-seated than that.
The eyes of the financial world have been on China this week as the closed-door meeting held by its top leaders, a gathering also known as the Third Plenum, debated the future of the country’s economic progress.