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Retailers all over the world are taking a more personal approach to their customers in a bid to stand out from the crowd.
Premium footwear brand Kurt Geiger’s pre-tax profits jumped 242% to £11.3m for the year on the back of surging sales.
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Ted Baker has reported “strong growth” in half-year sales and pre-tax profits, driven by booming performance online and in the US.
Ted Baker will open stores in Mexico and Hawaii following its success in the US as the fashion retailer widens its reach abroad.
Retail news round-up on October 6, 2015: Ocado on a hiring spree, Apple buys tech start-up Perceptio and Alison Loehnis named Net-a-Porter president.
From Burberry monogrammed capes to Coke bottles emblazoned with names, the must-have items of the past year have been personalised.
Offering customers a personalised shopping experience without encroaching on their privacy remains a fine art.
The two high-profile etailer flotations of last year, each of which subsequently disappointed, may be showing signs of getting back on track.
American Eagle’s decision not to open a store on Regent or Oxford Street is testimony to the fine balance between brand recognition and profit.