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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As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
TV shopping channel Sit-Up, which operates Price Drop and Bid TV, has collapsed into administration jusy a month after it secured a CVA.
The Co-operative Group has been cricised for its complex and unique three-tiered structure based around elected members. After it revealed £2.5bn losses today Retail Week examines the structure.
- Joules launches into eyewear with 'extensive' range
- JJB's ex-boss Sir David Jones accused of taking out £3m loans to pay for gambling debts
- Co-operative Group subcommittee meets to draw up reforms
- The Body Shop blames first quarter sales fall on trading in UK and Asia
- Inflation drops below 2% target for third consecutive month
- Poundstretcher full-year like-for-likes grow 3%
- March retail like-for-likes fall 1.7% due to tough Easter comparatives
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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