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The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce will be released on Friday – here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
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Retail Week goes inside Zara owner Inditex’s northern Spain headquarters to find out how it became the world’s biggest clothing retailer.
Value fashion powerhouse Primark has struck a deal with US giant Sears to lease space for seven stores in the country.
Footfall in September fell 0.9% as warm weather hit fashion sales and shopping centres recorded the biggest decline for a year, according to BRC/Springboard data.
Mulberry is tapping up a designer from French fashion house Céline as its new creative director, as it seeks to turnaround the business.
Virtual fitting room company Metail has received $12m (£7.4m) of funding to develop its mobile offer from an investment round led by TAL Group.
Leading retailers are utilising cutting-edge technology to get individual customer views in an instant. Retail Week finds out more.
The latest technologies on the high street give retailers more personal and dynamic knowledge of their customers than ever before.
Shares in fashion etailer Boohoo have frequently traded below the 50p placing price since listing, despite it being a growth story.
The North wind won’t blow. And never mind snow, there’s barely a sign of autumnal crispness in the air. It’s tough for fashion retailers.