Zynstra, the leading provider of purpose-built software powering the retail edge, today released more findings from its C-Store Technology Insight Report, which identifies the key priorities and obstacles c-store retailers face as they look to deliver better customer experiences and
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In an age of artificial intelligence and automation, new research finds that the ability of workers to improvise and innovate is already underused.
Retailers must begin to develop personalisation strategies if they want to enhance the shopping experience for customer’s, says Cohaesus, a strategic digital consultancy and developer based in central London.
Cumbrian-based garden centre Hayes Garden World has released a shocking report as part of their campaign to promote meat-free BBQing to its customers this ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
A new report, Health on the Shelf published today (26 July 2019) by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and Slimming World, exposes the marketing tactics used to drive sales of unhealthy products and reveals that supermarket layout, pricing
Irish food and drink producers’ preparedness for Brexit spikes, as the levels of stockholding doubles
As the Brexit deadline approaches once more, the Bord Bia Brexit Barometer 2019: Results & Actions, published today, reveals that Irish food and drink firms’ preparedness for Brexit has jumped to 93%.
Shrinkage is costing UK retailers almost £11bn annually – the highest of any country in Europe, a new report has discovered. Following feedback from retailers in 11 countries, the report also reveals the most stolen items and tactics used by dishonest shoppers.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), payments, robotics and personalisation are dominating innovation in the retail technology industry, according to a new league table. Conducted in partnership with Webloyalty, Retail Insider’s Digital Retail Innovations Report 2019 celebrates the top 60 global retail technology
The launch of GroceryAid’s 2019 Impact Report once again shows an increase in the number of people receiving support from the charity. GroceryAid helped 15,784 people in need last year, an 8% increase overall.
New report calls on government to make occupational health services tax exempt to support workers health and boost economy
The John Lewis Partnership today calls on the Government to make all occupational health services tax exempt, to encourage employer investment in the physical and mental health of workers.
New findings show that football stadiums across Europe are already providing a number of tangible benefits including a huge boost of investment to cities. On average a new stadium pumps €585m into the surrounding community including improved infrastructure and increased
The international appeal of Europe’s shopper market has started to make a slow but positive recovery in the last quarter as underlying currency strength across emerging Asia-Pacific (APAC) markets has boosted sales, according to the Planet Shopper Index.
he outlet sector is continuing to outperform wider retail in the UK according to global real estate advisor CBRE. In its latest retail property perspective, CBRE reports that outlet sales have grown at a faster pace than all shopping centres
Small businesses have reported a significant increase in sales of candles, shifting 71% more than they were in 2016, and 33% more than a year ago. The new report released today by Vend, the preferred retail point-of-sale software of the
Use of third-party platforms like Amazon, eBay and Google has dropped amongst the UK’s top 250 retailers, according to an industry report.
Euromonitor International has launched a new white paper revealing the Top 100 Megabrands - the world’s leading Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) brands ranked by retail sales value in 2017.
Published today (6 February), Soil Association Certification’s Organic Market Report reveals the UK’s organic market is now worth £2.33 billion after a 5.3% growth in sales in 2018, well ahead of the non-organic market.
Visitors from Asia prove crucial to UK economy as EU visitors show a dramatic decline, Global Blue reports
Following what the British Retail Consortium declared to be ‘the worst Christmas for 10 years’ Tax Free Shopping expert Global Blue has released its latest insights report on International visitor spend in the UK in 2018, painting a more positive
Retail Times' editor, Fiona Briggs, has been ranked 69th in Vend's Top 100 Retail Influencers for 2019.
The Report on Jobs, published today by KPMG and the REC, showed that the number of permanent and temporary retail vacancies rose markedly at the end of 2018 Latest survey data indicated that demand for permanent retail staff rose at the
Fears over Brexit appear to be increasing businesses’ perception of the risks in their supply chain, despite evidence suggesting many have taken steps to ready themselves for a post-Brexit environment, a new report has found. The Q2 2018 Global Supply Chain
Britain’s high street needs to appoint more women in P&L roles to stop gender diversity stalling, says The Pipeline report
Women Count 2018 found that in the last three years there has been no progress on gender diversity in senior roles in the FTSE 350 – and by some measures, it is going backwards. Women Count is the third annual
Lack of direction behind digital transformation is costing retailers dearly, as almost three quarters (74 per cent) admit to undertaking projects not linked to the overarching business strategy. As a result, retailers are still struggling to get digital right and
A radical approach to property leasing is being proposed to help shopping environments throughout the UK. The five-point plan is aimed at helping retailers access viable trading space while enabling retailers, landlords and investors to find occupiers for the rising amount
A new joint report published by Cranfield School of Management and Dun & Bradstreet investigates the level of supply chain risk faced by European companies with international supplier relationships. The report uses four key metrics – supplier criticality, supplier financial risk,