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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Carpetright has recorded a pre-tax loss and declining sales at the interim mark as restructuring costs bite.
This week we take a look at how the consumer will feel and shop in 2019 and the trends that will drive their behaviour.
With 2019 just around the corner, how are shoppers feeling about the year ahead and how can retailers win their loyalty?
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Ted Baker employees have launched a petition alleging that founder and boss Ray Kelvin engages in inappropriate behaviour towards staff included enforced hugs.
There was a time when having Christmas advert banished from TV would have been a sucker punch to festive sales.
The golden quarter is now well underway, but will it be a happy Christmas for retailers?
Fast-fashion retailers including Primark, Boohoo, Asos and Missguided defended their practices to MPs yesterday.
John Lewis has unveiled its second Beauty Studio in its Cambridge store. Retail Week speaks to the retailer’s head of beauty buying Matt Leeser about the new format.
Black Friday footfall in the first half of the day has plummeted 7% year on year as online bargain hunters drive sales.