Nicholas works as an analyst on Retail Week Prospect, researching and writing insight and analysis on UK retailers.
Previously, he worked with agencies, brand owners and retailers as an analyst for a retail marketing consultancy for two and a half years.
Nicholas has a First Class Honours degree in Economics from the University of Sussex.
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In what is being dubbed the year of CVAs for retailers, what can landlords do to help them in the digital age?
Over the past 12 months, store productivity has continued to come under pressure from the rise of ecommerce – in 2017 around a fifth of retail sales by the top 180 UK retailers were generated online. But Retail Week Prospect senior analyst Nick Found sees ways for bricks-and-mortar retailers to evolve.
Bathstore’s performance is intrinsically linked to the housing market and it must look beyond planned cost measures to achieve the performance it is accustomed to.
While foreign exchange pressure caused Halfords’ margins to back-pedal, bolstering its Autocentres is needed to ensure the group remains resilient to future headwinds.
Retail Week’s ranking of the UK’s top 30 retailers by the proportion of online sales they generate sees Matchesfashion.com take top position.