Sustainability appears to permeate both sides of the till in Ikea, Hege Sæbjørnsen's team are aiming to enact genuine change.
Its entrance into the public consciousness is often overlooked, but with increasing reliance on technology and decreasing buying power, Gumtree has never been more relevant. We spoke to its marketing director Hannah Wilson.
Alibaba’s Singles’ Day, also known as 11.11, laughed in the face of Black Friday last year hitting $17.8 billion in sales last year. We spoke to Alibaba's UK managing director David Lloyd to find out their secret.
The online marketplace has built a loyal following of young creatives, and is often considered a social app as much as it is a retail tool. It was precisely this which attracted chief executive Maria Raga to the company.
The death of the high street has been predicted as many times as people have predicted armageddon, but Alex Schlagman is the polar opposite of a doomsday preacher.
Its new store in Rushden Lakes represents the bold new direction the retailer taken ever since Dorothy Maxwell joined as head of sustainability in 2015.
The Retail Gazette spoke to Network Rail's head of retail Daniel Charles about the benefits and challenges of retail in train stations.
The “Golden Triangle”, which the chief executive of the New West End Company (NWEC) Jace Tyrrell joked “is not actually a triangle at all”, contributes around £11 billion in GDP to the UK‘s economy.
Regardless of its association with Sweden, Ikea has a solid and loyal foundation in the UK. An integral part of that is Gillian Drakeford, the country retail manager.
As a retail tycoon who built his £250 million fortune from nothing, plus a nine-year stint on BBC's 'Dragons' Den' — Theo Paphitis needs no introduction. He sits down with the Retail Gazette in the latest Big Interview.