Thursday, October 18, 2018

Retail Gazette Loves: The Bullring Bull’s top hat

The iconic bull of Birmingham’s Bullring shopping estate donned a giant top hat and corsage to mark the occasion.

Retail Gazette Loves: My 1st Years limited edition royal range

Ahead of the royal wedding this weekend personalised children’s goods retailer My 1st Years has released a limited-edition range

Retail Gazette Loves: Gant’s Beacons Project

Fashion retailer Gant has launched the Beacons Project, in which it transforms discarded plastic floating in the Mediterranean.

Retail Gazette Loves: Trinity Leed’s big yellow bike

Trinity Leeds has unveiled a 31-metre-wide yellow bike on its glass dome roof to commemorate the city’s largest Tour de Yorkshire

Retail Gazette Loves: April Fools’ Day pranks in retail

Laughter can often be the best medicine, during hard for times in the retail sector we explored the best April fools jokes it had
Vending Machine

Retail Gazette Loves: Alibaba’s Ford vending machine

Alibaba has launched the world’s largest vending machine selling over 100 Ford cars in China’s Guangzhou.
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Retail Gazette Loves: Lacoste’s Save Out Species collection

French fashion retailer Lacoste has partnered with the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Alexa loses her voice

Retail Gazette Loves: Alexa Loses Her Voice

An oldie (kind of) but a goodie.
KFC crisis

Retail Gazette Loves: Iceland’s response to the KFC crisis

The world (well the internet) has been saturated with headlines regarding the shortage of chicken at fast food giant KFC.
River Island

Retail Gazette Loves: River Island’s “Labels are for Clothes” campaign

High street fashion retailer River Island has launched a campaign seeking to raise awareness of “outdated and irrelevant” labels

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