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Watch the first episode of Retail Week’s new four-part documentary series, as we take a closer look at the shopping centres opening in the UK this year.
Retailers have been urged to up the ante on Black Friday after two thirds of consumers said stores were “not prepared” last year.
John Lewis is to start charging shoppers for click-and-collect on small orders as it brands the market’s prevailing free model unsustainable.
Watchmaker Swatch Group is to pay a record Oxford Street rent with the opening of the first UK standalone store for its Longines brand.
Sales are soaring as much as the temperatures this week as retailers across the country capitalise on Britain’s mid-summer heatwave.
Discount fashion retailer Pep&Co opened its first high street store in Kettering today and plans to open a total of 50 in a period of just 50 days.
With Wimbledon fortnight in full flow, stores in the area embraced have embraced the tournament and are serving up a tennis feast.
Start-ups in retail technology are growing and Retail Week is highlighting some of the best. This week Bouncepad is in the spotlight.
Tired store design that needs a shot in the arm and drab, monochromatic stock options are at the heart of Gap’s problems.
While many of their customers are still looking forward to summer getaways, retailers’ thoughts are focused on the back-end of the year.