Tag : Black Friday
‘Exceptional' November for online salesSubscription
Online clothing sales hit a three-year high last month, rising by 19.3% year on year - the biggest sales increase since November 2016.
Royal Mail reveals top 10 Black Friday hotspotsSubscription
UK shoppers made the most online purchases in central London over the course of Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, Royal Mail has revealed.
More retailers succumb to divisive Black FridaySubscription
More UK retailers than ever before participated in Black Friday this year in the face of tough trading, despite growing concern about the discounting day’s impact.
Record Black Friday for Boohoo GroupSubscription
Boohoo Group, owner of fast fashion brands such as Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal, has reported a “record” Black Friday trading weekend.
Black Friday footfall rises Subscription
Black Friday footfall rose by 3.3% year on year compared with the equivalent day in 2018, new research has found.
Black Friday boycott tracker 2019Subscription
This year, a notable number of fashion brands have taken a sustainable stance against Black Friday. Drapers brings you the Black Friday boycotters.
As Black Friday has mutated from a one-day event into a fortnight of deals, more and more fashion retailers have fallen down the rabbit hole of heavy discounting in the weeks before Christmas.
Black Friday footfall forecast to drop Subscription
Footfall is predicted to drop by 4.5% year on year this Black Friday as shoppers are “unlikely to make trips to physical stores” for the event, new research has found.
How Black Friday has become retail's grey areaSubscription
Black Friday has become a fixture on the fashion retail industry’s promotional calendar. But as the discounting activity becomes longer and deeper, and some retailers and consumers shun the event altogether, its future has become blurred.
Black Friday 2019 could be 'most disruptive' yetSubscription
With Black Friday falling after pay day, more than one-quarter of shoppers plan to bring forward their Christmas spend, meaning this year’s event could “be one of the most disruptive for the retail industry”, new research suggests.