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The retail industry has come together to launch a campaign to boost careers in the sector and transform its image as an employer.
Card Factory will open a “small number” of stores in the Republic of Ireland next year as it continues its rapid store roll out following its IPO.
Retail sales volumes increased for the seventeenth consecutive month in August, rising 0.4% and reflecting “underlying growth” in the sector.
Innovation should come from industries that are external to your own, as well as within a sector, says Klas Bendrik, the chief information officer at Volvo.
Card Factory grew its half-year underlying operating profits by 9.3% as it made a statutory loss of £7.9m in its first results since floating.
On the day Scotland heads en masse to the polling booths, Retail Week rounds up how retail bosses expect Scottish independence will impact the retail industry and affect consumers.
Phones 4u’s collapse has triggered the biggest swathe of store closures in one day since Woolworths’ collapse in 2008, according to the Local Data Company.
The impending departure of Kingfisher chief executive Sir Ian Cheshire is the latest instance of dramatic change in retail boardrooms.
BrightHouse’s appointment of adviser Rothschild last week suggests the run of retail IPOs may not have dried up just yet.