Don't miss this week
Fashion giant Inditex opened the first UK store for its womenswear brand Stradivarius today at Westfield Stratford.
Read the Land Securities Retail A1 magazine as a fully digital edition.
Read the Retail Week Supply Chain supplement as a fully digital edition.
Consumer confidence increased three points to 1 in August, confirming that sentiment has stabilised in the last few months.
There is no sign of the blue aliens that usually crop up in Argos ads in the campaign supporting its first home and furniture ‘power brand’.
Asda is trialling clickable ad technology on its own website with a view to rolling it out to third-party brand websites.
Lidl’s first UK brand campaign sees the discount retailer focus on quality fresh produce with a TV ad campaign entitled #LidlSurprises.
Tesco is donating profits it makes from the ‘ice bucket challenge’ craze sweeping the country to charity and is nominating rivals to do the same.
In terms of untapped retail potential, China holds untold opportunities, but itís also among the most difficult international markets to crack.
As Tesco reports another profit warning, Retail Week takes a look at the steps incoming boss Dave Lewis will be considering to turn the company around.
Mamas & Papas is pursuing a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) as an alternative to administration. We look at how retailers have used the controversial tactic and what happened
When the Sunday Trading Act 1994 was introduced, part of the rationale was to better reflect the changing needs of consumers - but today those needs are changing again .
In the wake of continual change to the retail landscape, successful retailing is more than ever like running a marathon, not a sprint.