As Twitter celebrates its tenth birthday, we remind readers of the most influential accounts in UK retail on the social media platform.

Top 20 UK retail tweeters

This table, first published last October, lists those brands and individuals who have the most impact on Twitter. It is not necessarily those with most followers, but those who are regarded as influencers, partly based on who they interact with.  

The list was compiled by analysis platform Lissted and commissioned by retail commentator Graham Soult.

Here’s the top 20:

Twitter’s key influencers in retail
1 Media Retail Week @RetailWeek
2 Analyst Neil Saunders @NeilRetail
3 Journalist George MacDonald @GeorgeMacD
4 Media The Grocer @TheGrocer
5 Industry Body BRC @the_brc
6 Media Drapers @Drapers
7 Retail Brand John Lewis @johnlewisretail
8 Personality Mary Portas @maryportas
9 Analyst Bryan Roberts @BryanRoberts72
10 Journalist Nicola Harrison @NicolaRHarrison
11 Analyst Steve Dresser @dresserman
12 Commentator Nick Bubb @NickBubb1
13 Media Retail Gazette @retailgazette
14 Analyst Firm Planet Retail @PlanetRetail
15 Retail Brand M&S @marksandspencer                         
16 Journalist John Ryan @newstores
17 Analyst Firm Verdict Retail @VerdictRetail
18 Media Internet Retailing @etail
19 Not for Profit retailTRUST @retailTRUST
20 Journalist Chris Brook-Carter @CBC90

For the full list, click here