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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ManoMano has unveiled a radical rebrand as it bids to “differentiate” itself from its competitors.
It’s not every day that reading a stock exchange announcement brings laughter and open-mouthed disbelief.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley is threatening to derail Debenhams’ £200m sale of its Magasin du Nord business, according to reports.
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Habitat has thrown open the doors at its first standalone store for a decade as owner Sainsbury’s ploughs £1.5m into growing its portfolio.
House of Fraser customers who were promised refunds for undelivered online orders following its collapse will no longer receive their money.
The Co-op has posted a jump in profitability during the first half of its financial year and confirmed the acquisition of healthcare tech start-up Dimec.
Markus Stripf, co-founder and chief executive of Spoon Guru, discusses how personalisation and AI are changing shoppers’ habits and what is going to happen next.
Charlie Pool, the boss of “Airbnb for warehouses” Stowga, discusses how technology and Brexit will shape the supply chains of the future.
Debenhams chairman Sir Ian Cheshire has hit out at “nosy neighbours” who he says have created a “circus” of speculation regarding its future.
Jack Wills is in crunch talks with landlords as it seeks to stave off a CVA, Retail Week understands.
Kingfisher has named Screwfix chief executive Graham Bell as B&Q’s new UK and Ireland boss amid a management reshuffle, Retail Week can reveal.