More Ecommerce News
At Debenhams’ press briefing on Wednesday morning, chief executive Michael Sharp said “product remains at the heart of what we do”.
Ian Humphris, joint managing director of marketing consultancy Life Agency.
SuperGroup - parent of fashion brand SuperDry - has appointed former Asda customer director Jon Wragg as its new ecommerce chief, replacing Chris Griffin.
Scandinavian start-up Fitbay.com is creating a social network that aims to reduce online returns for retailers by “finding clothes that fit.”
Bradford-based fitness and shapewear brand Fit Britches is crowd funding in the US in order to raise the $75,000 (£44,800) needed to bring its manufacturing back to the UK.
Levi’s has appointed ex-Walmart ecommerce head Marc Rosen to lead its ecommerce business.
The shortlist for the Drapers Retail Week PayPal Etail Awards 2014 has been unveiled with top retailers including Asos, Tesco and New Look all battling to prove themselves the best in the business.
London based jersey clothing and cotton manufacturer East End has raised £250,000 through a crowd-funding initiative as it expands to supply Asos for the first time.
Bonmarché is forging ahead with plans for a multichannel future as it trials new shopfits, more stores in garden centres and a revamp of its digital back office.
Shirt retailer Thomas Pink has unveiled a series of short films featuring musician Clement Marfo, London-based artists Bompas & Parr and Charles Morgan, of the British carmaker Morgan, showcasing Thomas Pink’s classic fit, slim-fit and super slim-fit shirts.
Eastleigh mall uses Bluetooth tech to send offers to shoppers.
The Drapers Interview
Originally ‘The King of Cufflinks’, Simon Carter moved into men’s tailoring and ultimately reigned supreme at last year’s Drapers Awards.
Under Dani Reiss, Canada Goose has stretched its wings to encompass both Arctic explorers and suburban adventurers.
The smart flagship store recently unveiled by Nicholas Deakins in Leeds signals a new maturity for the men’s clothing and footwear brand.
It’s all about healthy living at Canadian yoga brand Lululemon’s first UK store.