Knight Frank has appointed James Fairweather as a Salaried Partner, to join the Central London tenant representation team.
Sixty-three per cent of shoppers in Great Britain bought items for themselves on Black Friday, 30% did this whilst buying Christmas gifts for others, according to YouGov online research commissioned by commerce agency Ampersand. A third only bought items for
Bloom & Wild, the online florist, claims it is disrupting the flower delivery market with the launch of a new same day service powered by Shutl, the platform that gives people control over their deliveries. By enabling bouquets to be
Nespresso has launched its new boutique at Westfield London shopping centre in White City, as the business looks to expand its retail strategy in the UK. This new boutique will give coffee loving shoppers the opportunity to experience Nespresso’s range
Patrón Tequila, one of the most-recognised and respected luxury spirits brands in the world, has taken-over a Christmas window display in Selfridges as part of its UK Christmas sales drive. The activity has been produced and created by launch specialist
The emerging Millennial generation is a restless, moving target for both brands and retailers who must find new ways to influence them, by better understanding their behaviour and fundamentally adapting their offering accordingly.
Sloane Stanley Estate is pleased to welcome AnnaLena, the Italian couture brand, which has opened the doors to its first UK boutique on Fulham Road.
With the first few doors of advent calendars open, our attention rapidly turns to buying Christmas presents for friends and family. New research from retail marketing company Destination CMS has discovered that on average Britons will spend £570 each
How late can shoppers leave ordering gifts this year? Global courier ParcelHero has launched a new tool revealing the true Christmas ordering deadlines for the UK’s top retailers
Sugary drinks manufacturers can recoup their losses by investing in manufacturing quality control, says InfinityQS
The decline in sugary drinks sales, combined with heightened consumer interest in health initiatives, is forcing the hand of drinks manufacturers to guarantee tighter control of their bottom line. To support this, organisations should look to employ an effective manufacturing
TFM Farm and Country Superstore has opened its newest outlet in Penkridge thanks to a new funding package from Yorkshire Bank. The family business has grown substantially since its initial business offering in the 1970s, specialising in farming machinery. Now, the
Spar International, the world’s largest voluntary retail chain, has announced further expansion of its global footprint with confirmation that the brand has opened its first store in Azerbaijan.
Organic food delivery pioneer Abel & Cole has taken delivery of 42 New Daily 35S13 chassis cabs, including 17 vehicles featuring Iveco’s class-exclusive Hi-Matic eight-speed fully automatic gearbox. The deal reaffirms Abel & Cole’s 100 per cent Iveco fleet policy,
The Lewis Pies and Pasty Company, one of the largest pie and pasty manufacturers in the UK, has boosted its team through hiring a continuous improvement manager, a newly created role for the business.
Indigo Herbs of Glastonbury has rebranded its natural health and nutrition product range, transforming the look and feel of the brand, while staying true to the company’s core aim of producing affordable, premium quality, 100% pure and predominantly raw and
Handsome men may be rejected for competitive jobs, research from UCL School of Management proves, but are preferred for roles that require cooperation. Assistant Professor Sun Young Lee found that handsome men are seen as more competent, so managers in collaborative
Pact Coffee (www.pactcoffee.com), the fresh coffee delivery service that sends coffee roast, ground & shipped within seven days, has launched a coffee shop partnership programme aimed at supporting small, independent coffee shops and further developing the speciality coffee scene in
IKEA Centres Russia, the largest shopping centre operator in Russia and part of the IKEA Group, launches the first retail start-up MEGA ACCELERATOR in Russia.
Furniture Village is planning to enhance online customer experience, introducing 360 spin photography to support the launch of its new website in 2016. The independent retailer has partnered with online imagery technology specialist SpinMe to offer greater merchandising versatility; giving customers
Michael Kors is pleased to announce the opening of a Michael Kors Lifestyle store at intu Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, this December.
Students studying in the North East will be going head to head in February 2016 to win the opportunity to spend a day on placement with the Greggs marketing team. Now in its fourth year, the Greggs Marketing Challenge will
Spar Pentraeth retailers Jill and Paul Lewis have deservedly taken Blakemore Trade Partners’ prestigious Baldwin Trophy for 2015. They were awarded the accolade, which recognises outstanding retailers across the Spar Meridian & Welsh Guild, at this year’s Blakemore Trade Partners Spar
Louis Georgiou, managing director of Code Computerlove, has five top digital trends for 2016
UK “big four” supermarket Morrisons has deployed a new telematics solution across 545 heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) in order to reduce fuel costs and cut carbon emissions.
Over 70% of UK smartphone users think that retail apps need to be improved, according to new research.