Go Outdoors rebrands to Go Indoors amid coronavirus lockdown

Retail Gazette Loves: Go Outdoors rebrands to Go Indoors

Go Outdoors has temporarily rebranded itself as Go Indoors as part of a campaign to help keep people safe during the pandemic.
Co-op pulls Easter TV ad campaign to redirect money to charities

Co-op pulls Easter eggs TV ad to support charities instead

The Co-op pulls Easter egg TV advertising campaign, worth £2.5m, redirecting the funds and airtime to a new charity TV ad.
Debenhams copyright Daky

Debenhams loses copyright battle to small business

Debenhams has had to ditch the lone letter "D" from its branding after a copyright dispute with a small business.
M&S Nathan Ansell marketing director clothing home Marks Spencer profile interview

Big Interview: Nathan Ansell, Marketing Director, M&S Clothing & Home

The man behind M&S's popular 'Go Jumpers' ad talks to Retail Gazette about his efforts to revive the retailer's clothing division
Sainsbury's Asda merger advertising

Sainsbury’s spent £52m on ads after failed Asda merger

Sainsbury’s has reportedly spent £52 million on advertising in the past year to persuade consumers to shop at its stores
Harrods partnerships director Guy Cheston resigns

Harrods partnerships director Guy Cheston resigns

Harrods has revealed that its partnerships director Guy Cheston will be leaving his role at the end of March.
Wren Kitchens has been rated the best retail employer to work for in the UK for the second year running, according to data released by the world’s biggest job site, Indeed. John Lewis & Partners topped the list in 2018 but falls to 11th place following a difficult spell.

John Lewis launches first ever spring/summer TV ad campaign

John Lewis has launched a brand new advertising campaign which will see it advertise its spring season on TV for the 1st time.
International Women's Day

International Women’s Day: How can retailers avoid tokenism?

Do retailers really incorporate IWD values in practice when it comes to female empowerment in the boardroom?
Zalando has launched its new spring campaign with a newly formed concept: Zerotypes, as an antithesis to stereotypes. The campaign, Goodbye stereotypes. Hello Zerotypes features men in dresses and pink , as well as older women in neons and club kid-outfits.

Retail Gazette Loves: Zalando’s “Zerotypes” campaign

Zalando has launched its new spring campaign with a newly formed concept: Zerotypes, as an antithesis to stereotypes.
Sex sells retail ASA sexual advertising Advertising Standards Authority

Does sex still sell in retail?

While consumers may be more likely to remember provocative ads, retailers have turned down the heat in recent years

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