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  • Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elys
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: May 2021

    2021-05-28T05:00:00Z

    In this issue, we look at the post-pandemic priorities of John Lewis, Asda, Ikea and more; take a first look at Amazon’s new hair salon concept; and investigate how retail could thrive in the ‘15-minute city’.

  • Morrisons key worker
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    Retail Week magazine: April 2021

    2021-04-30T04:00:00Z

    In this issue, we look at the post-pandemic priorities of John Lewis, Asda, Ikea and more; take a first look at Amazon’s new hair salon concept; and investigate how retail could thrive in the ‘15-minute city’.

  • Closed-fashion-store
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    Retail Week magazine: March 2021

    2021-03-26T05:00:00Z

    In this issue, we examine how retail and shoppers have changed forever a year on from the first lockdown, dive into how Asda will be run under the Issa brothers, and reveal the 50 most vibrant town centres in the UK.

  • MarciaKilgore for web
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    Retail Week magazine: February 2021

    2021-02-26T05:00:00Z

    In this issue, we hear from Beauty Pie founder and retail rebel Marcia Kilgore, look at which sectors face sunnier 2021 while others ride out storms, and what lessons can you learn from the high street stalwarts turned pureplays?

  • January 2021 mag cover image
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    Retail Week magazine: January 2021

    2021-01-29T05:00:00Z

    In the first issue of the year, we examine why 2021 is the year the retail industry will fundamentally change, Boohoo boss John Lyttle explains how it will make Debenhams a force to be reckoned with online, and how B&Q chief Graham Bell plans ‘to beat the pureplays’.

  • Fenwick Elf Mobile
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    Retail Week magazine: December 18

    2020-12-18T05:00:00Z

    In the final issue of 2020, new Fenwick CEO John Edgar tells us how the department store group plans to deliver the ‘best Christmas’, and we look ahead with consumer trends that will define 2021 and who will be running retail in 2025

  • Circuit brain illustration
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: December 4

    2020-12-04T05:00:00Z

    In the week that both Arcadia and Debenhams collapsed, we look at the fallout for the wider industry and discover how retailers can future-proof themselves by ‘thinking like a pureplay’

  • Pano Christou 3
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: November 20

    2020-11-20T05:00:00Z

    This week’s issue includes interviews with the chief executives of Pret a Manger and The Very Group, takes a look at the Tech 100 2020 and asks: after the most unpredictable year, is the five-year plan extinct?

  • Empty Christmas arcade
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: November 6

    2020-11-06T05:00:00Z

    This week’s issue hears from retail bosses as they prepare for a golden quarter in lockdown and also the high street’s local heroes, and examines if businesses are ready for the surge in online shopping this Christmas. 

  • Family of six Christmas dinner
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    Retail Week magazine: October 23

    2020-10-23T04:00:00Z

    This week’s issue examines how consumers will shop, spend and celebrate this Christmas; explores at the priorities for new Tesco boss Ken Murphy; and takes a look at how Next and Harrods are reinventing beauty halls.

  • Asda truck cover
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: October 9

    2020-10-09T04:00:00Z

    This week’s issue looks at what next for Asda following the Issa brothers £6.8bn takeover, Dave Lewis’ final interview as Tesco boss and finds our where retail leaders love to shop

  • shutterstock_1762899629-web
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    Retail Week magazine: September 25

    2020-09-25T05:00:00Z

    This week’s issue looks at Dame Sharon White’s turnaround plan for John Lewis, Lord Wolfson’s reasons to be cheerful over the future of Next and remembers retail legend Sir Terence Conran.

  • Manchester Piccadilly
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: September 11

    This week’s issue looks at the challenge faced by city centres amid the coronavirus pandemic, what the future holds for WHSmith’s travel division, and Amazon’s “seamless shopping experience” as its first supermarket opens in LA.

  • stockmarket
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: August 28

    This week’s issue looks at the true cost of ecommerce for retailers and brands, the sectors capturing the most footfall since lockdown eased, and the essential skills that will be in demand for a new generation of storeworkers.

  • Gymshark boxer
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: August 14

    This week’s issue looks at how direct-to-consumer brands like Nike and Gymshark are building empires and changing retail, the impact of ‘eat out to help out’ on the high street, and insight from Kingfisher boss Thierry Garnier. 

  • Piccadilly Circus
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: July 31

    This week’s issue looks at where the next retail hot spots will be as city centres struggle after lockdown, we review the impact of compulsory face masks on shopping and examine whether retail is facing another credit crunch.

  • Leicester
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: July 17

    This week’s issue examines the modern slavery scandal rocking fashion retailers, asks if face masks will help or hinder the post-lockdown recovery, and we reveal the top retailers to work for in the UK – according to employees.

  • Mannequins with face visors
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: July 3

    This week we explore how fashion retail can recover from the Covid-19 crisis, the future of shopping centres after Intu’s collapse, and the socially distanced shopping trends that are here to stay.

  • BLM cover image
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: June 19

    This week we hear what retailers can do to redress racial inequality in their businesses, see how non-essential retailers fared as they reopen stores after lockdown, and discover how Covid-19 has changed grocery forever. Plus the Retail 100 2020 is revealed

  • Sainsbury's chief executive Mike Coupe
    Digital edition

    Retail Week magazine: June 5

    This week features the exclusive final interview with Mike Coupe as Sainsbury’s boss, our deep dive into how Marks Spencer can become the nation’s favourite shop again, and what innovations retailers can use to reopen their stores and offices.