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Which retail campaigns hit the right note and which need a rethink? Rebecca Thomson gets the views of two advertising experts and assesses social media reaction to some of this year’s Christmas ads.
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Communities secretary Eric Pickles has unveiled a £1bn package of support to boost UK high streets including tackling parking.
Etailers including Ao.com, Photobox and Achica.com have been named in the second wave of 25 companies to join Shoreditch-based initiative Tech City UK’s Future Fifty programme.
Etailer The Hut Group has launched a £5,000 programming contest challenging computer science students to make personalised user recommendations.
Tesco opened its seventh dotcom centre in Erith at the end of October.
Feelunique.com is expecting to generate £40m turnover in its full-year figures, as it aims to become a £100m retailer within the next two years.
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From mannequins that can track the age, race and sex of retail customers, to fingerprint imaging that can activate bank cards, technological innovations are transforming the retail environment.
Retail Week looks back over the 6 biggest retail technology stories from 2013.
Tesco was back in the news this week, after Philip Clarke once again claimed that the grocer’s strategy will ultimately lead it to success – despite its third quarter like-for-like fall in sales.
An inspired vision of the future for online delivery or an extravagant PR stunt designed to coincide with Cyber Monday?