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Co-op names Tesco’s David McKnight as new director

Co-op names Tesco’s David McKnight as new director

The Co-op has named David McKnight as its new managing director of the Co-operative Federal and Trading Services (FRTS).
Conservatives vow to reduce business rates in “left-behind” towns, BRC says proposals need to go “much further”

Tories vow to reduce business rates in “left-behind” towns, BRC says proposals “need to...

If re-elected, Conservatives plan to increase the business rate discount from 33 per cent to 50 per cent.
Carpetright to be taken over by Meditor

Carpetright to be taken over by Meditor

Carpetright to be bought by Meditor, in a deal that values Carpetright at £15.2 million.
Beauty concept store boutique cosmetics

Why retailers are attracted to the beauty market

Beauty is one of the fastest growing sectors in the retail industry, and is set to grow by over £15 billion by 2020
Vans is launching a new flagshipstore on London’s Oxford Street which will be the retailers biggest European store.The 4,714sq ft store will stock a selection of footwear, apparel and accessories.

Vans opens its European largest store on London’s Oxford Street

Vans is launching a new flagshipstore on London’s Oxford Street which will be the retailers biggest European store.
The Body Shop posts quarterly profits & sales uptick

The Body Shop posts quarterly profits & sales uptick

The Body Shop has booked a rise in both profits and sales in its third quarter, which was bolstered by UK strong performance.
As more retailers falls victim to harsher climate of the high street OnBuy surveyed over 2000 British consumers to find out their opinions of the current state of retail. The survey results revealed that Woolworths is the most missed store, cited by 58 per cent of respondents, with Toys R Us following with 18 per cent.

Brits still want Woolworths to return to the high street

OnBuy surveyed over 2000 British consumers to find out their opinions of the current state of retail.

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Why retailers are attracted to the beauty market

Beauty is one of the fastest growing sectors in the retail industry, and is set to grow by over £15 billion by 2020

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Why retailers are attracted to the beauty market

Beauty is one of the fastest growing sectors in the retail industry, and is set to grow by over £15 billion by 2020

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