New research from RSM reveals that mid-market retailers are looking to invest in their physical stores in the next two years – increasing store space and enhancing the in-store customer experience.
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Take-home grocery sales fell by 1.2% over the 12 weeks to 3 October 2021, according to the latest figures from Kantar. Despite this dip, sales remain 8.1% higher than they were before COVID-19 and every retailer boosted its sales compared with the same period in 2019. Fraser McKevitt,
60% of shoppers say that a poor experience on any channel will make them less likely to shop again with a brand. That’s according to new research from Klarna “Owning Omnichannel: winning at clicks and bricks”, which uncovers a potentially
The Food and Drink Sector Council (FDSC), the partnership between the UK Government and the farm- to-fork food and drink industry to improve the productivity and sustainability of the food system, has published its latest report ‘Feeding the Future: Working
Parents became more eco-conscious during lockdown as their environmentally savvy children stayed home from school, new research from Sainsbury’s has revealed.
Shopper confidence has declined to its lowest level in a year, according to the latest Shopper Confidence Index from IGD.
Wine drinkers face empty shelves and higher prices as ‘perfect storm’ hits global wine supplies, WDUK reports
A combination of climate change, labour shortages and increased shipping costs is threatening Britain’s wine supplies, with prices rises likely to follow. In response, Wine Drinkers UK (WDUK) is calling on the Government to commit to freezing wine duty at
IGD has published Viewpoint Special Edition: Focus on Labour Shortages, a special report examining the labour pressures facing the food and consumer goods industry, in the face of widespread workforce shortages, recruitment challenges and increased competition for people.
A new report ‘The Pulse of Retail 2021 – Connected Retail’ looking at digital transformation and connected retail has today been launched by Mercaux, the new generation platform digitising retail stores. Carried out across 200 retailers (by independent research firm
The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has announced a brand-new format for its annual business conference, which will take place on Wednesday 23 February 2022, at Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilsworth.
Extended summer holiday, soaring sickness and national staffing shortages add strain to UK businesses, data shows
Data from global absence management provider, Edays has revealed that the UK workforce has half of its annual holiday allowance left to take with only a quarter of the year remaining.
Royal Agricultural University and British Apples and Pears launches new sustainability report about how British apples are going ‘green’
British Apples and Pears (BAPL) has announced the launch of its first sustainability report. Working with the Royal Agricultural University and British growers, the report will reveal just how ‘green’ our rosy-red British apples are.
Knight Frank’s preliminary data shows that take up of warehouse space in Q3 2021 totalled 15.7 million sq ft, bringing the total amount of space leased this year to 46.9 million sq ft. This is 27% above the Q1-Q3 2020
More than 47 million Brits are missing out on a £9 billion-a-year windfall by failing to claim cashback on their online shopping, reveals save-as-you-shop app Kindred.
More than half of online shoppers are open to buying Christmas gifts from abroad, Logistyx Technologies reports
gifts for Christmas, New Year, and other holidays from other countries, a new survey finds. However, nearly half of those questioned (48%)2 are concerned that cross-border gift purchases will not arrive in time.
FARFETCHtoday publishes its first ever ‘Kidswear Report’, which deep dives into FARFETCH data to uncover the trends influencing luxury kidswear. FARFETCH Kids is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month.
New research commissioned by OpenText reveals that consumer demand for ethically sourced products has increased during the global pandemic.
Christmas comes early as consumers loosen purse strings and revert to pre-pandemic shopping habits, Kaizo finds
Brits will be hitting the high streets and online shops in preparation for Christmas earlier this festive season - and around one-in-five people (19%) say they plan to spend more on gifts compared to last year - as relaxing of
UK brands soar in value but still trail global giants. Kantar’s BrandZTM Most Valuable UK Brands 2021 ranking shows
The UK’s leading brands are showing positive signs of recovery in the wake of the pandemic and have leapt in value by 22% to reach a new record high of $278.8 billion, according to Kantar’s new BrandZTM Most Valuable UK
UK hospitality and retail sectors struggle to find staff and their workers are suffering with physical pain, new research shows
Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing solutions, released new research which shows UK hospitality and retail sectors are not just suffering with finding staff, but their workers are suffering with physical pain. The large amounts of time staff spend
As No Time To Die finally hits screens, new research has revealed that it costs a whopping £32.3 million to be James Bond.
According to retail intelligence experts Springboard, footfall across UK retail destinations rose by +2.7% last week from the week before; +3.7% in high streets vs +2.3% in shopping centres and +0.9% in retail parks. In central London and large city
The volume of forecourt crime reported to BOSS, the British Oil Security Syndicate, by forecourt operators increased by 20.5% during the second quarter of 2021, driven by a near 38% increase in Drive-Off incidents.
Reruitment software business, Occupop has revealed their report which highlights the immense challenges faced by the UK hospitality sector in the wake of Brexit and the pandemic. The report compiles data of over 60 hospitality organisations across Ireland and the
he removal of tax-free shopping in the UK is set to impact the travel and purchasing decisions of international shopping tourists after the end of covid-related travel restrictions, the latest data from ESW (formerly eShopWorld) reveals.