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Incoming Kingfisher boss Véronique Laury is confident she can successfully lead the group, stating, “I know the business, I know the industry and I know the people”.
Superdrug owner Hong Kong-based AS Watson is launching its European digital eLab in London to develop innovative ecommerce campaigns across the group.
Retail news round-up on September 15, 2014: Phones 4u goes into administration, Phase Eight owner hires Rothschild for sale, UK footfall drops 2.8% in August.
Winners of the Retail Week Rising Stars Awards, in association with Ryman, were revealed last night at a glitzy ceremony in London.
LloydsPharmacy is rolling out next-day click-and-collect across its stores in a bid to boost its multichannel offer.
Lush, the ethical beauty retailer, is set to open its largest store to date, after securing a 9,500 ft site on Oxford Street.
UK retail like-for-likes increased by 1.3% in August, according to BRC-KPMG data. Retail Week takes a look at the performance sector-by-sector.
Marks & Spencer executive director of marketing and international Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne hopes to cook up a storm with a new food TV ad campaign, which is designed to be its most exciting in the 10 years since its famous ‘Not Just Any…’ series.
Retailers must leverage knowledge of their customers’ needs to optimise their ecommerce offers if they want to succeed in online retail.
The arrival of Dutch variety store Hema in the UK will not only brighten up the high street, its eclectic offer will also prove popular with shoppers.