Few retailers can claim to have been mobbed by adoring fans, but then Cath Kidston isn’t your average retailer.
The founder of the homewares brand was asked to autograph products while walking around her new flagship in Piccadilly last week.
Uniqlo’s Japanese owner Fast Retailing is eyeing a bid to buy kitsch homewares brand Cath Kidston, but may face some competition.
It’s difficult to know what’s going to happen next week, never mind next year. In this environment, can retail leaders work to five-year plans? Grace Bowden investigates.
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Creating demand through discovery is the only way to cut through the noise and win customer spend in an increasingly crowded ecommerce market.
As the golden quarter gets underway, Next has revised its potential sales scenarios in the coming weeks based on expected consumer behaviour and possible new government rules that could further impact how people live and shop.
Next expects full-year profits to come in at the top end of its previously guided range following a “better than anticipated” increase in sales during its third quarter.
Fashion and homewares retailer Cath Kidston has unveiled a ‘digital first’ strategy as it seeks a turnaround following its collapse earlier this year.
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