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Asda is bringing back its famous pocket tap in a new TV ad, but bosses say it marks a “new chapter” of its brand.
Retail news round-up on July 6, 2015: Lidl considers moving online, Paperchase deal edges closer and SuperGroup and AO World both set their sights on overseas markets.
Executive editor George MacDonald and content editor Nicola Harrison look at the week’s most interesting retail stories.
Retail Week cartoonist Patrick Blower’s take on Andy Bond’s goal to open 50 branches of new value fashion chain Pep&Co in 50 days.
Sales at department store business John Lewis rose 3.2% to £90.1m last week as the retailer’s summer clearance Sale got under way.
Indian-based womenswear retailer Anjallee & Arjun Kapoor has made its UK debut with a store in the East Shopping Centre at West Ham, London.
JD Sports Fashion unveiled a new flagship megastore on Oxford Street last night.
With Wimbledon fortnight in full flow, stores in the area embraced have embraced the tournament and are serving up a tennis feast.
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.