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Poundland is a much-loved value retailer with around 800 UK stores, mostly on the high street. Sound familiar?
Retail news round-up on September 2, 2015: Part-time women staff earn less than living wage and Jigsaw’s Irish comeback after eight years.
Asos chief executive and founder Nick Robertson is expected to step down from the online fashion giant in the “coming months”, according to reports.
Independent retailer Oliver Bonas has become the first UK high street employer to bring the living wage into force.
Shoppers will be able to make bigger purchases using contactless payment cards from today after the limit was raised from £20 to £30.
British fashion retailer and brand Joules has reported a 36% jump in full-year pre-tax profits as its celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The Original Factory Shop chief executive Tony Page has lofty ambitions for a retailer that he has dubbed a “well-kept secret”.
Etailier giant Amazon has released its first report into UK consumer trends and the top selling items of 2015 so far.
With its strength in identifying individual items or assets and their whereabouts, RFID offers a multitude of benefits across the entire supply chain.
China’s financial fortune cookie looks as if it may be in danger of being smashed to smithereens as investors worldwide dump equities.