Tag : John Lewis Partnership
John Lewis online sales and profits up Subscription
Online sales at John Lewis have grown 84% year on year between the middle of March and 15 April, amid the coronavirus outbreak.
John Lewis closures ‘needed’ for future-proofingSubscription
“Juggernaut” John Lewis Partnership is wise to follow the lead of other high street retailers and right-size its portfolio, industry experts have told Drapers.
The ambiguity surrounding outgoing John Lewis & Partners managing director Paula Nickolds’ decision to quit “reflects badly on the business”, the fashion industry has told Drapers.
John Lewis Christmas sales slip and MD exitsSubscription
John Lewis & Partners has reported a drop in sales over the Christmas period, and announced its managing director, Paula Nickolds is to leave as part of the merger of the management with supermarket division Waitrose & Partners.
John Lewis sales down ahead of ChristmasSubscription
Fashion sales at John Lewis were down 5.1% for the week ending 21 December, compared with the same week last year.
John Lewis predicts last-minute Christmas rushSubscription
The John Lewis Partnership has predicted a last-minute rush to stores across the UK today and tomorrow, with novelty socks and onesies among the most popular festive impulse purchases.
John Lewis sales dip after Black FridaySubscription
Total sales at John Lewis fell by 11.9% for the week to 14 December, in a week the department store called “more subdued” in the wake of Black Friday.
Meet Edgar the Dragon, star of the John Lewis Christmas adVideoSubscription
In the first-ever joint Christmas ad campaign between John Lewis & Partners and sister supermarket Waitrose & Partners, the retailer sprinkles a heavy dose of festive magic with the help of an excitable dragon.
John Lewis expands click-and-collect networkSubscription
The John Lewis Partnership is opening its click-and-collect distribution network to third-party retailers.
John Lewis pilots in-store sustainability schemeSubscription
John Lewis & Partners is trialling eight new sustainability practices in its Oxford store to inspire a “reduce, re-use and return” mentality among customers.