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John Lewis retail director Andrew Murphy appointed chair of UK China Visa Alliance
John Lewis retail director Andrew Murphy has been appointed chairman of lobby group the UK China Visa Alliance (UKCVA).
London Designer Outlet secures UKCES funding for Skills Academy
The London Designer Outlet has been awarded funding to develop a new training academy to teach retail skills and encourage more people to develop a career in retail.
John Lewis retail director Andrew Murphy named as chairman of UKCVA
John Lewis retail director Andrew Murphy has been named as chairman of the UK China Visa Alliance, the body campaigning for a shake-up of the visa application process to attract more Chinese tourists to the UK.
Online sales still defying the recession despite slowing e-tail growth
Online shopping is continuing to prove more resilient than the high street through the recession and is expected to grow this year by 13.3 per cent to £20.9bn, despite signs the growth of the channel is slowing.
UK to lead European online retail boom
European online retail sales grew by 18% from 2009 to 2010 and are expected to grow 13% in 2011 according to a new report from Forrester Research
Postal strike could cost retailers £840 a week
A national postal strike could cost retailers £840 a week as they are forced to seek alternative, often more expensive, delivery companies.
UK retail sales figures better than expected for March
UK retail sales grew unexpectedly in March with a rise of 0.2% from February, the Office for National Statistics said today.
UK retail sales rise 0.6% in December
Figures released by The Office for National Statistics have shown that retail sales volumes grew 0.6% month-on-month in December compared to a 0.5% decline in the previous month.
UK retail sales record surprising lift in January
Retail sales volumes rose unexpectedly by 0.9% in January as customers were tempted to UK stores with discounts on furniture and household goods.
Retail sales hit by early Easter
UK like-for-like retail sales edged down 0.7% year-on-year in March although sales were distorted by the earlier timing of Easter this year. On a total basis sales were flat.
UK retail sales pick up in September
UK retail sales rose unexpectedly last month despite the wider economic gloom. Like-for-like sales were 0.3% higher than September 2010, when sales had risen 0.5%. Total sales were up 2.5%.
New figures: too early to assess any Brexit impact on retail sales
UK retail sales declined by 0.5% year-on-year on a like-for-like basis in June.
UK retail footfall down 2.8% in June
UK retail footfall fell by 2.8% year-on-year in June to mark the sharpest decline since February 2014.
Dobbies names Andrew Bracey as new chairman
The Dobbies garden centre chain has appointed Andrew Bracey as its new chairman.
UK retail sales fall 0.6% in October
The latest BRC-KPMG Retail Sales monitor has shown that UK retail sales values were down 0.6% on a like-for-like basis in October compared to October 2010 when sales had risen 0.8%.
UK retail sales suffer as consumers cut back
The BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor for February reveals that UK retail sales values were down 0.4% on a like-for-like basis from February 2010, when sales had risen 2.2%.
John Lewis to recruit over 3,500 temporary staff for festive season
The John Lewis department store chain is to recruit over 3,500 temporary staff members to fill roles across the retail and distribution arms of its business ahead of the busy Christmas trading period.
UK's first outdoor leisure retail park to start development
Planning permission has been secured for a new lifestyle and outdoor pursuits shopping destination in the Cotswolds near Evesham. Work is due to commence on site later this year.
UK is number one target for global retailers
The United Kingdom is the world's most international retail market for the fourth year running, while London holds onto its position as the most popular retail city in the world, according to the CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) 2011 edition of How Global is the Business of Retail?
Non-food retailers are top of the league
Retailers are doing better at keeping their customers happy, despite the weakening of consumer spending in the economic downturn, a major survey reveals.By Mark Higgins
Sainsbury's completes axing of multi-buys programme
Sainsbury's has said it has fast-tracked its programme to remove multi-buy promotions on food whilst lowering regular prices on everyday items after positive feedback from customers.
Bargain Booze owner reports strong full year sales and profits
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality Retail has reported strong increases in both its full year sales and profits after it acquired drinks supplier Matthew Clark, reconfigured its business and strengthened its management team.
Old Spitalfields Market welcomes four new brands
Four new international retailers are to join the line-up at London's Old Spitalfields Market.
UK retail sales slow in May
The British Retail Consortium has reported that UK retail sales fell in May as consumers' uncertainty about the effects of the government cuts reined back their spending.
UK retail sales suffer biggest fall for at least 16 years
The UK retail sales figures for March 2011 fell by 3.5% on a like-for-like basis compare to March 2010, according to figures issued this morning by the Retail Consortium and KPMG.
Customer service primary driver of retail sales performance
Research from the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) reveals that retailers with better customer service post stronger sales results.
Sunday Retail News Roundup
BHS owner eyes flagship sell-off, Bolland boost as M&S ekes profits from shrinking sales, 'Knickers queen' slips on jeans, I like Britain so much that I can't wait to buy more of it, Marks & Spencer's struggling international business hampering company's turnaround amid slowdown in China and conflict in Ukraine, Morrisons to post another drop in sales despite price cuts, Clothing sales fall leaves M&S revival looking a little ragged.
Product news: Ukash grows with K3 Retail's Business Intelligence
Ukash, the international e-money payment method, has implemented K3 Retail's business intelligence solution and changed its reporting structure to maximise the variety of information that could be derived from the use of its products.
US fraud case signals chilling reminder of retail security problems
The news today that US authorities have charged 11 people in connection with the theft of credit-card details in the largest-ever identity theft case so far is a chilling reminder of the problems of internet security.
Seasalt to make Welsh debut at St David's
Lifestyle clothing brand Seasalt has chosen St David's shopping centre in Cardiff for the opening of its first store in Wales.
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