Grace is a reporter for Retail Week.
She covers a variety of sectors including value, sports & leisure, health & beauty and lingerie, as well as wider technology developments across retail.
She is interested in new appointments, store formats and how retailers are keeping pace with the myriad of technological developments across the industry, from their boardrooms to shop floors.
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Dixons Carphone has reported sliding full-year profits as tepid sales growth failed to offset “challenges in UK mobile” market.
Asda chief executive Roger Burnley and Sainsbury’s boss Mike Coupe were hauled in front of the Commons environment, food and rural affairs committee on Wednesday morning.
Google and JD.com have unveiled a strategic partnership to develop technology-fuelled tools across stores and the supply chain to create “a superior retail experience”.
Fabb Sofas has fallen into administration less than two years after it was founded, due to a lack of external funding.
Poundworld will file its intention to appoint administrators today after a rescue bid from Alteri collapsed, putting 5,500 jobs at risk.
Poundworld’s talks with Alteri Investors have ended at the eleventh hour, casting fresh doubt over the survival of the beleaguered value chain.
Retail sales in May registered the sharpest increase year on year since January 2014, spurred by warm weather, The Royal Wedding and strong grocery sales.
On this week’s episode of The Retail Week, the team discuss the positive results from B&M and Mountain Warehouse and ask, has the death of the store been overhyped?
Estee Lauder has unveiled a multi-brand, tech-driven store-in-store in Debenhams’ Stevenage branch, with a further roll-out slated this year.
Mountain Warehouse has posted its 21st consecutive year of sales growth boosted by overseas expansion as boss Mark Neale plots a Neon Sheep bricks-and-mortar roll-out.
Marks & Spencer has recorded a slump in its full-year profits despite sales edging up due to costs associated with its store closure programme.
“I’m a big fan of going and doing stuff, and then shouting about it,” says Holland and Barrett’s chief executive Peter Aldis.