2017's Christmas adverts have landed and are predicted to have cost a collective £6 billion to produce. Here's our roundup of the biggest and brightest from the retail world.
Spending on Christmas adverts in the UK is expected to reach record levels of nearly £6 billion this year, as retailers scramble to release their 2017 campaigns.
This year’s hotly anticipated John Lewis Christmas advert has been released featuring Moz the monster and marking a return to tearjerkers for the retailer.
Polish fashion company Reserved has joined forces with Kate Moss to promote its British debut on London‘s Oxford Street.
Marks & Spencer has launched a new eco and ethical programme that aims to support 1000 communities, help 10 million people live healthier lives and convert the retailer into a zero-waste business.
John Lewis has come under fire after an investigation revealed the store was selling products at higher prices than other retailers, going against its “never knowingly undersold” pledge.
The retail space race that has been raging for the last three decades, is largely over. Property scarcity, soaring business rates and increasingly tight margins are forcing retailers to rethink how they are using their floor space.
Last week Argos launched its new “80 Days of Argos” campaign which will see 80 separate adverts place consecutively over a span of 10...
What is it? Ted Baker has launched a new advertising campaign for its spring 2017 range called Keeping Up with the Bakers, based around a...
Lidl has released the latest advert in their Lidl Surprises campaign which aims to tackle misconceptions about the quality and origin of its produce....