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A1 November 2014

Digital edition: Land Securities Retail - A1 magazine November 2014

Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.

High Streets minister Marcus Jones and Argos chief executive John Walden

Argos calls for digital 'revolution' as it backs Government's high street competition

Argos has called for a “revolution” as it throws its weight behind a government competition aimed at reinvigorating the high street.

Matthew Chapman and George MacDonald discuss the week\'s top stories from the retail sector

The Retail Week: Grocery sales, Next results, Cern and MFI ceases trading Video

Executive editor George MacDonald and senior reporter Matthew Chapman’s thoughts on the week’s biggest retail stories.

Findel chairman David Sugden said that first quarter trading was “in line with expectations”.

Findel reports 'solid' start to year as sales rise 1.9% in first quarter

Findel has reported a “solid” start to the year as total sales increased 1.9% in the 17 weeks to July 24.

James Wilmore and Matthew Chapman host The Retail Week

The Retail Week: Harvey Nichols' exit, Dunnes, Kikki.K in the UK and Ikea Video

News editor James Wilmore and senior reporter Matthew Chapman analyse the week’s biggest retail stories.

Kikki K is eyeing over 100 stores in the UK

Australian stationer Kikki.K eyes 100 stores as it gears up for UK launch

Australian stationery retailer Kikki.K is eyeing more than 100 UK stores and hopes to launch a flagship in London as early as October.

Parcel delivery

RFID blog: EPC the cheaper, faster and better way to do RFID

The success of getting a product from the point of manufacture to the customer is reliant on the supply chain so efficiency is key in the success or failure of a retail business.

Amazon Prime Now launched in London this year

Comment: Do the opposite of Amazon if you want to compete with it

All retailers should take note of Amazon’s symbolic eclipse of Walmart to become the world’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation.

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