Landsec has announced that international fashion retailer, ZARA, has signed at One New Change, the premier retail and leisure destination in the City of London.
St David’s Cardiff is celebrating the launch of a new 36,500sq ft regional flagship store for global fashion brand ZARA on 3 June.
Reliance on Europe and smart, fashion-forward ranges hinder Inditex during COVID-19, says GlobalData
Following today’s release of Inditex figures for FY2020/21; Chloe Collins, senior retail analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers her view: “Dampened demand for apparel throughout the COVID-19 pandemic caused Inditex’s FY2020/21 sales to fall by almost
Landsec has announced that Zara yesterday opened its first new concept store in the UK at Bluewater, one of Europe’s leading retail and leisure destinations. The 37,000sq ft store, which is double the size of Zara’s previous store at
One of the largest Zara stores in the country has opened its doors at intu Lakeside. At 35,000sq ft, the two-level store is among the biggest in Zara’s nationwide portfolio and features its full range of womenswear, menswear and kidswear.
Shopping destination intu Watford is getting a multi-million-pound makeover ahead of the launch of the £180 million extension later in the year.
Zara was rated the most attractive employer for UK candidates looking for a new job in the retail industry. John Lewis, last year’s top retailer drops down to third place behind Amazon. River Island and Topshop take fourth and fifth
How can retailers deliver what customers want as quickly as possible? For Sanjeev Sularia of data analytics leader Intelligence Node, the prize of fast fashion can only be won by better use of technology sanjeevsularia_sm-249x300 Fast fashion: the way brands like Zara,
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
Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of merchandise availability solutions for the retail industry, has been selected by the Inditex Group to implement Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology into its distribution centres. Inditex’s RFID implementation project was recently unveiled by chairman and CEO Pablo Isla at the company’s
John Lewis and Primark rank as the top two retailers that consumers would most like to see open in their preferred shopping location, according to new research, commissioned by e-commerce business Webloyalty. The report, compiled by retail research specialists Conlumino,