Tesco voted Britain’s favourite supermarket

Despite board shuffles and an accounting scandal towards the end of last year, Tesco has been voted as Britain’s favourite supermarket. A recent poll by a money saving website found that Tesco is the nation’s no.1 go-to for groceries, with almost 29% of Brits voting the company above competitors. 37% of those who vo... read more...
08:53AM - Thu 5th March 2015

Amazon ad ban- a primary concern for the company

Amazon Prime’s 30 day free trial advertisement has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after complaints that it was misleading. The ban came after six official complaints to the ASA over how it was not clear that a paid subscr...
04:10PM - Wed 4th March 2015

Payment technology revolution places security in the spotlight

The last few years have seen an explosion in new payment technologies and solutions for the retail industry. No longer are retailers confined to taking payments at the cash till in-store. However, just as modes of payment are evolving rapidly to i...
02:53PM - Wed 4th March 2015

'Digital distance' saves consumers £32m in petrol

The nation is turning online for a quick shopping experience from the comfort of their own homes- their living rooms to be precise.Online marketing company Webloyalty, worked with analysts Conlumino to compile a list of UK “connected consumer habi...
08:49AM - Wed 4th March 2015

Sainsbury’s introduces click and collect service

At last, Sainsbury’s is following in its rival supermarket chain’s footsteps Asda and Tesco, and rolling out a click and collect service. Sainsbury’s latest development will enable customers to pick up shopping they’ve ordered online, a quick and ...
08:35AM - Wed 4th March 2015

Festivals, fashion and four-legged friends set to push the pet sector’s profits

Crufts, the world’s largest dog show, kicks off tomorrow, placing pampered pooches in the spotlight for its 124th anniversary. This year the pet industry has more reason to celebrate, as indulging owners are going to new extremes to spoil their fo...
08:24AM - Wed 4th March 2015

Westfield launches 'Future Fashion'

Westfield has announced its latest spring/summer fashion project entitled Future Fashion. Following suitably on from a London Fashion Week that was jam-packed with technological advances, Future Fashion will present a brand new way of experiencing...
08:13AM - Wed 4th March 2015

Brits urged to compare prices before grocery shopping

mySupermarket’s has revealed that the average weekly shop of 35 grocery products has increased by 0.55% in the last month to £88.59. Analysis by the independent shopping and comparison website has identified the staple items that increased the mo...
10:41AM - Tue 3rd March 2015
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Why pop-up shops are a great idea

Rumours have been circulating that Apple will open a pop-up shop in Selfridges where it will sell the Apple Watch. Reportedly, the tech giant is planning to set up shop near the entrance to the alluring Wonder Room in the Oxford Street branch and ...
10:41AM - Tue 3rd March 2015

Are gender neutral products the key to expanding the toy industry?

Research has suggested that retailers should take note when it comes to gendered items. Clothes and toys don’t necessarily need to cater to either boys or girls. By focusing on a non-gendered audience, products will appeal to a wider market.A repo...
10:18AM - Tue 3rd March 2015

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