Riding high on their Dragons Den appearance, Mo Bros founders Keval, Kunal and Savan Dattani are taking over the male grooming sector one beard at a time.
Monday 15th of June saw all non-essential shops open for the first time since March. For business owners, it was the first steps to regain some normality in a year that has arguably changed the face of retail as we know it…
1 in 10 businesses in the retail and wholesale sector face are facing collapse as they state they will not last another month of lockdown.
Retail expert Catherine Erdly outlines three major shifts that she believes will impact retail for the rest of the year and in the future.
Rayan Al Sulaimani runs Atelier Zuhra, a Dubai founded fashion brand that’s found fans the world over. She speaks to Real Business about fashion entrepreneurship in the UK ahead of her London Fashion Week show.
10,000 retail jobs have been lost this month, could elderly consumers, who prefer buying from smaller retailers, save the high street?
‘Buy now, pay later’ is a new way for consumers to spread out their purchasing costs. Is it exploitative or the lifeline the retail sector needs?
With climate change a global concern, do consumers want an ethical purchasing experience from retailers, or just a good deal?
What is happening to UK retailer’s in 2019? As Creative Director of a retail design agency, I get asked this question a fair bit. It’s a complex issue; some days bring in reports of a dying high street, others are filled with the failures of online fast fashion retailers.
“The customer is no longer king; the customer is the master of the universe,” says retail mogul and current chairman of Ocado Lord Stuart Rose.
Sainsbury’s launched its first ever till-free shop. No checkouts, no queues, no stress. But what does this mean for retail staff?
What Primark’s cheery retail performance shows is that consumers prefer to buy from streamlined brands that nail their markets over bloated department stores who don’t understand their customers any more.