Tag: retailers

Increase foot traffic with creative shop displays

creative shop shop displays
Posted on 26 July, 2018 by Bailey Clarke under Misc

With more and more retailers showing creativity with their shop displays, it's important to keep up with the competition. Whether it be a small business or mainstream outlet each shop needs to entice customers into their entrances with the potential of a... Read More

Slowest Growth for UK Economy Since 2013, Says CBI

Slowest Growth for UK Economy Since 2013, Says CBI
Posted on 1 February, 2016 by admin under Economy

According to a survey by CBI, the UK economy saw its slowest rate of growth since May 2013 in the three months to January. The survey, which comprises manufacturers, retailers and the services sector, revealed a balance of 6% reporting increased... Read More

Food Producers become Victims of Supermarket Price War

Posted on 25 November, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News, Industry News

As supermarkets continue to squeeze prices in a bid to attract consumers and lift profits, retail industry analysts are becoming concerned about the impact this will have not only on the retailers themselves but also firms in their supply chains. This concern... Read More

Consumers Believe more Retailers should Support Charity

Posted on 17 September, 2013 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

During the recession, donations to charity plummeted as consumers attempted to save money and spend only on essentials. While donation rates are now increasing again, however, new research has shown that consumers believe retailers should be doing more to... Read More

Shopping Events Target Students

Posted on 25 October, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Everyone is aware of the difficulties facing retailers in the current economic climate. Equally there has been a great deal of speculation surrounding the impact of the rise in tuition fees. However, one company is targeting students with a series of... Read More

DFS Releases Annual Trading Report

Posted on 24 October, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

This year has been tough for many in the UK. Both consumers and retailers have been hit by rising costs of commodities such as gas and electricity, along with a fluctuating rate of inflation and pay freezes lowering the average household’s disposable... Read More

Canadian Commercial Real Estate Appeals to Small Investors

Posted on 22 October, 2012 by Jodee Redmond under Worldwide Property News

According to a new report issued by ReMax, the Canadian commercial real estate sector is booming. Major construction projects are under way and American retailers are moving into the country and vying for a piece of the consumer market. Pension plans and real... Read More

Totnes Residents Continue to Resist Arrival of Costa Coffee

Posted on 19 August, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Residents of a Devon town, that prides itself on its unique character, have pledged to continue their fight against the opening of a branch of Costa Coffee... Read More

As the US Marks Independence Day, UK Retailers Celebrate Independents’ Day

Posted on 4 July, 2012 by Neil Bird under Worldwide Property News

Today Americans are marking the 4th of July with barbeques, picnics, carnivals and parades.... Read More

Will More Commercial Properties Accept the New £50 Note?

Posted on 6 October, 2011 by MOVEHUT under Economy, Industry News

The Bank of England will introduce a new style £50 note into circulation on 2 November 2011. But with many £50 notes being refused for purchases in many commercial properties across the UK, will retailers and businesses be more willing to accept the new... Read More