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Retail space to double at London Luton Airport after £100m investment

Retail space at London Luton Airport will more than double to almost 60,000 sq ft as part of a £100m redevelopment of the transport hub.

Retail sales growth slumped in February to its lowest level for more than a year as heavy discounting by grocers hit shopping activity

Retail sales growth slumps in February amid supermarket price war

Retail sales growth slumped in February to its lowest level for more than a year as heavy discounting by grocers hit shopping activity.

Retail sales in January rose 5.4% year on year as shoppers took advantage of falling store prices

Retail sales jump 5.4% in January as store prices fall at record rate

Retail sales in January rose 5.4% year on year as shoppers took advantage of falling store prices that dropped at record-breaking rates.

The etailer will expand its presence overseas with its latest round of investment

Moda Operandi raises $60m in latest investment round

Luxury ecommerce site Moda Operandi has pulled in $60m (£39m) of funding, with the US etailer plotting to bolster its presence overseas.

Luxury fashion department store Neiman Marcus has used social media to launch a competition designed to increase online engagement.

Neiman Marcus launches Instagram competition for spring fashion trends

Luxury fashion department store Neiman Marcus has used social media to launch a competition designed to increase online engagement.

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Blog: Luxury brands must adopt online or risk becoming outdated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.

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