Luke Tugby is Head of Content at Retail Week.
Luke joined the title in January 2015, covering the grocery and property sectors.
He previously worked as a senior news reporter at the Southern Daily Echo in Southampton and the head of editorial at the Andover Advertiser.
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More than 23,000 shops and 175,000 jobs will be lost from UK high streets in 2019, new research has warned.
Sir Philip Green has drafted in advisers from Deloitte to launch a radical review of his Arcadia fashion empire.
John Lewis & Partners has unveiled a reshuffle to its senior leadership teams as veteran Dino Rocos prepares to retire.
Lidl has recorded a spike in sales during the crucial Christmas trading period as its premium ranges wooed shoppers from mainstream grocery rivals.
AO.com has registered an increase in third-quarter sales, fuelled by its “highest sales month ever” in November.
Moss Bros has toasted improvements in sales during the second half of its financial year, against what it called a “challenging consumer backdrop”.
Quiz has issued a fresh profit warning after sales during the crucial Christmas trading period fell “below expectations”.
As the countdown to Christmas ticked into December – and political uncertainty continued to swirl – two schools of thought appeared to emerge among grocery retailers.
Tesco has racked up its 12th consecutive quarter of growth as Britain’s biggest grocer said it “outperformed” the market in the crucial Christmas period.