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Professor Michael Feindt explains how tech from Cern will kick-start dynamic pricing and remove gut feeling from 99% of operational decisions.
Bonmarché like-for-likes slipped 0.7% in the 13 weeks to June 27, an improvement on the fall of 3.3% recorded in the previous quarter.
Pricing is at last starting to get the recognition it deserves at board level, given how critical it is to revenues and margins.
Retail news round-up on July 30, 2015: July retail sales growth decelerates, Bonmarché like-for-like decline improves in first quarter
Etsy is poised to launch in Selfridges this Christmas as the etail marketplace takes a further step into the bricks-and-mortar space in the UK.
Next has reported a better-than-expected 3.5% rise in overall first-half sales as warm weather boosted performance.
Harvey Nichols has lifted the curtain on a new store concept in Birmingham which it says will be the “blueprint” for all its future shops.
It will be a glitter-filled, metallic-laden party season this Christmas if the stylish numbers on display at retailers’ July press days are anything to go by.
Former Marks & Spencer executive Nayna McIntosh is launching a new women’s fashion brand with the backing of retail veteran Lord Stuart Rose.
All retailers should take note of Amazon’s symbolic eclipse of Walmart to become the world’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation.