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Covid restrictions: what is changing in England this week?

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Lockdown restrictions in England are lifting further this week, allowing non-essential retail, hairdressers, gyms and pub beer gardens to reopen. What is changing in England...

Inflation eases as clothes prices drop

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The UK’s rate of inflation unexpectedly eased last month amid falls in the prices of clothes, second-hand cars and toys, according to new official...

TAG Heuer and Porsche join forces to unveil an extensive partnership

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The Swiss luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer and the German sports car manufacturer Porsche have announced their new partnership: an authentic alliance between two brands...

Boohoo sales soar during Covid

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Online fashion retailer Boohoo today reported surging sales during the recent Covid-19 pandemic. Sales which had been expected to increase by 29% actually came...

Central England Co-op debuts its first-ever Christmas adverts to promote ‘Goodwill to All’ this...

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Central England Co-op has created its first-ever Christmas adverts all based around putting community at the heart of this festive season. The retailer, which has...

eCommerce sees a 73% rise in revenues month-on-month

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As retailers realign their online offering and consumers regain confidence in buying online, eCommerce saw a dramatic month-on-month rise in web visits and a...

Top retailers failing to capitalise on growing social media influence

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The research forms part of leading ecommerce agency Visualsoft’s annual e-retail performance report, which assessed 250 of the UK’s leading brands across a range...

Ribble Cycles appoints former Red Bull Senior Creative Manager as Head of Creative  

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Picton has previously worked for world-class companies including BBC, SKY and more recently at Red Bull Media House holding the role of Senior Creative...

Six out of 10 UK DIY and gardening shoppers continue to favor physical retail

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DIY and gardening shoppers in the UK are most likely to switch to a different retailer’s physical store if the store they normally shop...

More than half of consumers feel that the government still isn’t doing enough to...

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A month after all ‘non-essential’ retailers were forced to close their doors, research conducted by retail analysts, Maybe* Tech suggests that over half of...