LiveRamp, the leading global data connectivity platform, today announces that GAME, the leading high street video gaming retailer, will begin employing LiveRamp Safe Haven, a neutral and privacy-safe software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that enables companies to recognise value by connecting their
GAME has today confirmed it intends to close 40 stores throughout the UK. To date 13 sites have had notice served including existing GAME sites in Mansfield, Canterbury, Watford, Glasgow Fort and Leicester. Yesterday, notice was served on a further
Catchpoint Systems monitored the web performance of 20 of some of the UK’s major e-commerce sites during Black Fridayweekend and Cyber Monday. Top UK brands including Tesco, John Lewis, Debenhams and Amazon UK, have been analysed showing some interesting results.
BrightSign, a global market leader in digital signage media players, has announced GAME, the UK’s leading video games retailer has equipped its 320 stores with 1,300+ BrightSign digital signage players in a transformative project that enhances the customer experience, reduces
Game, BHS and Topshop enjoy biggest footfall increases on Black Friday, Wi-Fi provider Devicescape reports
Electronics retailer Game, department store BHS and fashion retailer Topshop enjoyed some of the biggest increases in footfall on Black Friday, according to smartphone connection data analysed by Wi-Fi platform provider Devicescape.
Following a successful trial, GAME, the UK’s leading specialist games retailer, has announced the official launch of GAME Marketplace, offering customer’s access to tens of thousands of new and preowned games and gaming related items through a single online hub,
Two-fifths (41%) of consumer goods and retail (CG&R) sector respondents to Clifford Chance’s European M&A: On the road to recovery? survey consider Europe to be a potential growth market that offers attractive M&A opportunities. Over a third (37%) of them say they
Kantar Worldpanel claims £300m will be wiped off the UK home entertainment market if HMV disappears entirely from the high street. Craig Armer, consumer analyst at Kantar Worldpanel, said: ““If HMV were to close completely, we expect the entertainment market
Leading UK audio brand, GEAR4, is launching licensed Angry Birds cases for iPhone and iPod touch in partnership with Rovio, creator of the hit game. The range of products are available to buy at O2, Apple and HMV stores.
Zein Abdalla, CEO Pepsico Europe, revealed the company’s emerging digital marketing strategy at the Consumer Goods Forum’s Global Summit 2010 yesterday. “It’s an area we have still got to learn an awful lot about,” he said. Abdalla told delegates how
Spar International has launched a website dedicated to football in the run up to the World Cup. The microsite will highlight special offers for consumers and provides tips on food and drink solutions for those watching the World Cup and