Sunday, February 17, 2019
January inflation

January inflation falls below targets

Inflation has fallen below the Bank of England's target for the first time in two years.

West End retailers face £45m business rates hike

West End retailer are set to take another business rates battering in April with a tax hike of £45 million.

Paperchase seeks linking rent to store turnover amid sales talk

Paperchase is reportedly eyeing the possibility if linking its rent to store turnover as talks with landlords continues.
Click & collect

Click & collect to grow to almost £10bn

The UK click & collect market is expected to grow to almost £10 billion by the year 2023.
Pension funds

Seven-year jail terms for pension fund mismanagement

MPs and pension experts have accepted government plans to introduce longer jail sentences for bosses who mismanage pension funds.
Jobs Christmas

400 jobs axed each day after turbulent Christmas

The UK's high streets has seen almost 20,000 jobs lost or put at risk since the Christmas period, as retailers struggle.
Sir Philip Green

Sir Philip Green faces calls for police inquiry & having knighthood stripped

Sir Philip Green is facing renewed calls to have his knighthood stripped amid a series of fresh allegations.
Footfall BRC

Retail vacancy rate climbs to 9.9%

New figures show the national town centre vacancy rate was 9.9 per cent in January 2019.
Sir Philip Green

The Telegraph to reveal #MeToo allegations against Sir Philip Green

The Daily Telegraph plans to uncover details of allegations made against Sir Philip Green as legal proceedings ended today.
Store closures

61% of Brits worried high street will disappear

Over 60 per cent of consumers are worried that the high street will completely disappear within the next decade.

Feature Resource

E-Commerce Guide To Customer Lifecycle, AI & Personalization

Key e-commerce strategies for 2019 Whether you’re just adding the finishing touches to your marketing plan for this year, or you haven’t even begun, Kickstart...