King’s Cross on the right track.
London’s mega King’s Cross development is enjoying continued strong post-pandemic sales within its retail and food & drink outlets.
Consumers are demanding that retailers cut back on plastic…
Mars Bars are getting new packaging, using paper-based wrappers that can be more easily recycled than plastic.
It’s fair to say that inflation has had retailers worried for some time. But it feels as though that concern is reaching something of a fever pitch right now.
There have been calls to take action to prevent retailers from ‘profiteering’ by raising prices further during the ongoing inflation crisis.
Beauty industry looking pretty.
The global beauty industry is predicted to hit $580 billion in retail sales by 2027 as it enjoys growth of 6% per year during this five-year period.
Secret Sales highlights attraction of non-full-price.
Working with Secret Sales is enabling brand owners to deal positively with the rising issues of waste, according to CEO Chris Griffin.
Asos highlights negative impact of returns.
Asos highlighted how the cost of delivery and returned goods is continuing to weigh heavily on its ability to generate profits.
Have we seen the end of the big budget anchor store? Hopefully not – but they are having to change with the times and some are finding the process difficult.
In the pre-internet days of the 1990s, no shopping centre would be complete without a couple of anchor stores.
As a nation, we love to wring our hands in despair over what is happening to the high street.
This isn’t a new thing. While today we worry that online retailers are destroying the high street, we were already banging on 25 years ago.
Will digital price label roll-outs deliver dynamic pricing?
Aldi is rolling out electronic shelf edge labels (ESLs) across its entire estate in a move that will be a first in the UK.
Delivery companies target grocery.
Take-away food delivery company Deliveroo is pushing further into the grocery market through extended partnerships with major supermarkets.