She breaks news across the general merchandise, health and beauty and fashion retail sectors.
Her reporting beat also includes Government policy, with a special interest in the impact of business rates on the retail sector.
Tiffany has worked at Retail Week for more than two years after working for another Emap title Materials Recycling Week (MRW) where she was senior reporter.
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Campaigners are protesting this afternoon on Oxford Street to mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.
Travis Perkins’ consumer division, largely comprising Wickes, delivered “strong” sales in the first quarter.
Aquascutum is set to open a new menswear format store on London’s Jermyn Street, following its return to the West End last year.
- DIY spend jumps 6% over crucial Easter weekend
- Halfords targets music festivals with tent pop-up shops
- Primark to launch into the US with first store planned for 2015
- Wilkinson rebrands store estate to 'Wilko' matching new strapline
- Fraud trial of former JJB boss David Jones abandoned due to ill health
- Q&A: Card Factory boss Richard Hayes on its intention to float
- Easter disappoints as footfall slumps year on year
The retail inquiry heated up this week as six big names including Alliance Boots and Sainsbury’s eloquently laid out the struggles in the retail sector as business rates yet again topped the bill.
Sofa.com’s letter to the Treasury earlier this week warned an online retail tax would “hit at the heart of the UK’s world-leading online retail industry”.
For some Mark Wright, ex-The Only Way is Essex star, might seem like a strange fit for Littlewoods as he fronts the retailer’s new menswear collection. But I think he will give the brand the edginess it needs to engage with a more fashion-conscious man.
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