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IKEA is to stop printing its catalogue

IKEA is to stop printing its catalogue as part of plans to become a more digital and accessible business. In a statement, the retailer said the current edition, which has been distributed since the summer, will be the last. The retailer has been publishing a catalogue for the last 70 years,...

About 2 months ago

Selfridges and Royal Mail launch an immersive experience

Selfridges and Royal Mail have come together to launch an immersive experience at Selfridges’ London store. Called ‘Royal Mail at Selfridges’, the space on the lower ground floor is a playful interpretation of a postal destination complete with trolleys, mail bags and other post-themed paraphernalia. Customers will be able to visit the...

About 2 months ago

Morrisons is launching a Christmas dinner box service

Morrisons is launching a new box service to enable self-isolating customers to get everything they need for Christmas dinner for two people delivered to their door. Costing £18.36, the Christmas Dinner for Two Box contains a British turkey breast joint, peeled potatoes, pigs in blankets, vegetables, stuffing, gravy and cranberry...

About 2 months ago

Quiz launces new collection fronted by former Love Island contestants

Fashion retailer Quiz has launched a new Q by Quiz collection that is fronted by former Love Island contestants Joanna Chimonides and Kady McDermott. Quiz has already worked with Chimonides on the Q x Joanna range which was launched in September. For this latest collection, she has been joined by McDermott...

About 2 months ago

Pets at Home to repay £28.9 million business rates relief

Pets at Home has joined a range of other retailers in deciding to repay the business rates relief it received during the Covid-19 pandemic. The retailer said the decision to give back the £28.9 million is in line with its guiding principle of treating all stakeholders fairly and the continuing strong...

About 2 months ago

Primark predicts sales and profit increase

Primark is expecting its sales and profits in the current financial year to be higher than the last despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In its AGM statement, Primark owner Associated British Foods said stores in its major markets of England, Ireland, France and Belgium have all reopened in the...

About 2 months ago

Sainsbury’s declines business rates relief

Sainsbury’s has said it will forgo the business rates relief that the UK government and the devolved administrations have granted to its stores since March. The retailer said it spent £290 million in its first half on Covid-19 measures to keep staff and customers safe, although this was partially offset by...

About 2 months ago

Cath Kidston has re-opened its global flagship

Cath Kidston has re-opened its global flagship on London’s Piccadilly. Spanning 7,040 square feet, the “Home of Cath Kidston” is set across three floors and is designed to complement the brand’s new digital-first strategy. Homeware and children’s categories feature strongly in the store due to their popularity increasing during the Covid-19...

About 2 months ago

Tesco set to repay business rates relief

Tesco is to repay the £585 million worth of business rates relief it received from the UK Government and devolved administrations during the coronavirus pandemic. Tesco said the offer of relief was a game-changer in the early stages of the pandemic as it gave it the immediate confidence to invest in...

About 2 months ago

eBay hires new chief marketing officer

eBay UK has hired Eve Williams as its new chief marketing officer. She has joined the company from ASOS where she was global brand director with responsibility for marketing and customer programmes. At ebay, she will be responsible for all marketing activity including brand campaigns. Rob Hattrell, head of eBay Europe...

About 2 months ago

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