Monday, January 27, 2020

Tesco unveils F&F franchise model

Britain‘s biggest retail company Tesco has today announced that it is embarking its first ever international franchise agreement for its clothing label F&F. Saudi...

Burberry store sales grow 13% in Q3

Group revenues at British based fashion brand & retailer Burberry grew 21 per cent year-on-year to £574 million last quarter, with retail operations generating...

Peacocks confirms administration

Clothing chain Peacocks last night announced that it would enter administration if a rescue plan to save the business does not materialise in the...

Peacocks in make or break talks with its banks

Clothing retail group Peacocks could be forced into administration this week having yet to agree a deal with its lenders to cut its debt...

White Stuff EBITDA rises 4% in full-year

Fashion retailer White Stuff managed to increase its annual sales by 20 per cent in its last full financial year, it has been revealed....

Ted Baker sees sales soar 15.7%

Fashion brand and retailer Ted Baker resisted the heavy discounting employed by many of its high street rivals leading up to Christmas, yet its...

Supergroup reports solid seasonal sales

Superdry and Cult owner Supergroup has today reported strong trading figures for the recent Christmas period, with like-for-like (LFL) retail sales up 5.8 per...

Clarks names ex-BAA man as Supply Chain Director

Shoe retailer Clarks has named Nick Cullen as its new Supply Chain Director, a newly created role for the business. Cullen arrives from airport...

Alshaya buys 60 La Senza stores but 84 close down

Administrators for La Senza yesterday announced that they were closing 84 of the lingerie specialist stores and 18 of its concessions with immediate effect,...

Gap sales fall in December

US based clothing retailer Gap had a tough Christmas period it seems with sales declining across its international operations, according to results released today....

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Did you know? Chinese demographics are much more complex than ‘Gen X/Y/Z’? Instead they’re segmented as: Post-80s, Post-90s, Post-95s, Post-00s. And, while Post-80s and 90s...