Jessops is driving sales of its photobook service with an online campaign targeting people wanting to capture memories of significant life events. The camera retailer has appointed digital marketing agency R.O.EYE to reach new customers and promote its high quality photobook
Jessops has opened its 50th store, rounding off a successful year of expansion in 2015. The new concession officially opened its doors to Christmas shoppers on Thursday 17 December, at Sainsbury’s in Emersons Green, Bristol.
Hammerson has announced that Zara is expanding its presence at Bullring, Birmingham; while photography specialist Jessops has launched its next generation flagship store in The Oracle, Reading. Zara’s move includes the addition of the Spanish fashion retailer’s new 1,860sq m
The number of retailers falling into administration in the first half of 2013 fell by 30% to 87, compared with 124 in the same period last year, according to research by Deloitte, the business advisory firm. The outlook is showing
Retailer demand will continue to be driven primarily by the structural changes being brought about by the internet, while the sluggish economic outlook will dampen overall activity, according to the latest retail research by property firm, Knight Frank. Central London
Insolvencies affecting larger businesses have fallen by 7.6% in 2012 compared to 2011 but wholesale and retail sectors have recorded a rise in corporate failures, according to the latest set of figures from the Insolvency Service for England and Wales.
Analysis by The Local Data Company of Stead & Simpson, Jessops, Comet, HMV and Blockbuster stores shows over 1,400 stores are at risk of closure (or have closed) creating some big holes on the high street. Key findings: 45.6% of
ChannelAdvisor, the global e-commerce specialist, has launched an index to track the success of UK retailers’ Facebook strategies. According to the company, its Facebook UK Commerce Index (FCI) will provide an ongoing analysis of over 100 of the UK’s top retailers
Austerity gadgets – appliances, toys and gizmos from less well-known manufacturers – have become the nation’s new must-haves, according to statistics from Europe’s largest social commerce company, Reevoo. In eight out of the 19 gadget and appliance categories it monitors,