By John Beaumont2018-11-22T11:56:00+00:00
As Sainsbury’s, Majestic Wine and Mothercare take contrasting approaches to turbulent times, the team discuss whether retailers should invest or cut costs in the current climate.
Promotional research for Braze and Okta, by Megan Dunsby
Majestic Wine has relaunched its Lock It In subscription proposition for customers struggling with the cost-of-living crisis.
Sainsbury’s announced today that it has rebranded its value range to the new name Stamford Street.
Food-to-go giant Greggs has teamed up with grocer Sainsbury’s for the first time to open a new store on a petrol forecourt.
In the first edition of our new video series Retail Question Time, Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue owner Theo Paphitis and Iceland managing director Richard Walker discuss government aid for the industry during the pandemic, business rates reform, their hopes for next week’s Budget – and why they both oppose high-speed rail link HS2.
2020-11-20T06:00:00ZPromotional research for Metapack
The founder and executive chairman of The Entertainer said volumes were up nearly 500% during the first national lockdown and that the retailer is forward- planning to avoid the capacity and shipping challenges it faced during that period.
It has been another 12 months of change in the retail sector. The Retail Week team looks back on 2019 and selects some of the landmark moments and trends that characterised the year and will likely shape the industry in 2020 and beyond.
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