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US mid-market fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters opens its first UK store tomorrow.
Read the Retail Week Customer Insight supplement as a fully digital edition.
Nordstrom is to trial full-length interactive mirrors that provide customers with information about the products they are trying on.
Consumers are forecast to spend £42.4bn this Christmas, a £1.5bn increase on last year, according to statistics released by Deloitte.
John Lewis is poised to step up its focus on store-based omnichannel projects next year in a bid to make its customer offer more personalised.
Asda is testing in-store beacons to demonstrate how the technology works and to learn how customers might use it while shopping.
Toys R Us’s US shops will launch digital store maps that can be accessed via customers’ phones to help them find a specific toy or deal.
The Etail Power List of this year’s most influential retailers in ecommerce has been announced. Here is a round-up of the biggest etail news events and projects of 2014.
Artificial intelligence is being experimented with in point-of-sale displays by a team from Queen Mary University and a digital agency.
Virtually every list of tech start–ups includes a high proportion of enterprises aimed at the retail sector, mobile or ecommerce.
Mothercare’s CEO has made strides in turning the struggling retailer around and plans to transform it into a digital business.