By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy

Your browser seems to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser.

Close

Browse company A-Z

Your browser is no longer supported

For the best possible experience using our website we recommend you upgrade to a newer version or another browser.

Close
Sectors

The national minimum wage will increase by 20p an hour to £6.70 from October this year, the government has announced, in a move that will cost UK retailers hundreds of millions of pounds.

Minimum wage increase will cost retailers hundreds of millions

The national minimum wage will increase by 20p an hour to £6.70 from October this year, in a move that will cost UK retailers hundreds of millions of pounds.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on Tesco, BHS, Argos and more

Retail news round-up on March 16, 2015: Naked Wines considers stake sale or float; Nick Lansley quits Tesco Labs; and Sir Philip Green demands and new BHS owners agree to top up pension deficit.

Luxdeco

Luxdeco introduces personalised website for shoppers

Luxury furniture and homeware etailer Luxdeco.com has introduced personalisation across its website in order to make its shopping experience more convenient.

Retail industry leaders have unveiled a five-year strategy to “reinvigorate” UK high streets with a host of digital schemes

Industry unveils plan to transform digital health of high streets by 2020 Video

Retail industry leaders have unveiled a five-year strategy to “reinvigorate” UK high streets with a host of digital schemes.

Oxford Street

London's West End set for 3m sq ft of new retail space as area's sales hit £11bn

More than 3m sq ft of new retail space is expected to be created in London’s West End over the next two years as stores aim to cash in on booming tourism.

With ecommerce becoming increasingly prevalent, luxury retailers must improve their online and delivery service or risk losing their customers.

Comment: Luxury brands must improve their online customer service offer

With ecommerce becoming increasingly prevalent, luxury retailers must improve their online and delivery service or risk losing their customers.

Cartier on the Selfridges website

Blog: Luxury brands must adopt online or risk becoming outdated

It appears that luxury brands are finally realising that online is a channel that cannot be ignored as Cartier has made the move to trade on Selfridges’ website.

Interact

Get the App

Retailer profiles
Stay on top of the competition with our expert analysis of the top 200 UK retailers.

Popular profiles:
Retail Week Knowledge Bank