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The grocers have “emerged from near fatal status and the intensive care ward” and are poised to fight back, a leading analyst has claimed.
JD Sports boss Peter Cowgill said the retailer’s recent success can be attributed to an increase in health-conscious consumers.
LloydsPharmacy has returned to television advertising for the first time in four years to promote its services beyond dispensing prescriptions.
Specsavers hopes to “tip the old optician concept on its head” with the introduction of tablets that aim to revolutionise the customer experience.
TJ Hughes is eyeing up the potential of BHS and B&Q sites as it plans its expansion in the Northwest of England.
Retail news round-up on April 08, 2015: Shop prices fall; Apple doesn’t want queuing; Asos to promote Ireland; Office signs deal with Grazia; and more.
Easter falling earlier this year caused a jump in like-for-likes and was further boosted by an improved food performance.
Retail Week takes a look at the development of Newport’s Friars Walk and finds out how the ambitious scheme fits into the UK retail jigsaw.
It still starts with an o and it ends in an o, but at last online grocer Ocado has recorded a full-year statutory profit.
Retailers must leverage knowledge of their customers’ needs to optimise their ecommerce offers if they want to succeed in online retail.