Tag : retailer
Slight hike in sales at HarrodsSubscription
Turnover at Harrods increased to £868.6m in the 52 weeks to 2 February, from £862.5m in the 53 weeks to 3 February 2018.
British retailers unprepared for BrexitSubscription
Despite retail decision-makers expressing concern about Brexit, 57% are yet to implement a post-Brexit plan.
My 1st Years receives Queen’s Award Subscription
Kidswear brand My 1st Years has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the innovation category for its personalisation offering.
As conditions on the high street heap pressure on retailers, they are looking to landlords to help ease the financial burden. Drapers investigates the changing balance of power between the two
High streets across the UK are in need of dramatic reforms to business rates and tax systems if they are to survive, a government inquiry has found.
Consumer spending drops in NovemberSubscription
Consumer spending dropped by 0.7% in November 2018, with clothing and footwear retailers hit particularly hard, with a 2.8% drop in sales.
Cumbria-based independent retailer Lakeland Leather will appear in parliament next month as part of a select committee investigating how the UK can regenerate its high streets.
Pep&Co makes top-level hiresSubscription
Pep&Co has hired former Jack Wills merchandising director Richard Fawdry to the role of interim managing director, and outlined its intention to appoint former Bain & Company consultant Mark Elliott as its new MD ”when the time is right”.
Full-price buoys Fat Face tradingSubscription
Fat Face has posted an 8% increase in like-for-like sales for the five weeks to 6 January, after extending its festive closing times.
Retailers' optimism low for Black FridaySubscription
Only a third of retailers (33%) feel optimistic about Black Friday this year, a new study has found.