Entries in 'Retail' (362)
BRC responds to general election news: 'Political stability is crucial for the UK during Brexit negotiations'NEWS
Following the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May earlier this week that a general election will be held in June, The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has given its view on ...
Footfall in March grew 1.3% on the previous year, the fastest growth since March 2014, according to the latest BRC-Springboard Footfall and Vacancies monitor.
Retailers should make the most of online shoppers as well as high street visitors over Easter weekendNEWS
Easter Weekend is almost here, and retail experts are predicting an increase of 8.8% in high street footfall compared to last year.
Guilford retailer Andertons Music used April Fools to create a hoax pedal with Wampler Pedals and raised lots of money for charity in the process.
Over the past year, retailers have been faced with news story after news story about how footfall is declining on our high streets and more and more physical stores are ...
Following the Prime Minister’s triggering of Article 50, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has commented on why it is important that the UK’s post-Brexit labour and immigration policy is fair ...
Top 10 stories of the week: Percussion Plus takeover, Article 50 'impacting retail', Bricks and mortar challengesNEWS
The biggest story on MI Pro this week was the news that Frederick Hyde is acquiring Percussion Plus.
BRC and Springboard have released their latest Footfall and Vacancies Monitor, which covers the four weeks from January 29th to February 25th 2017.
For the second time, the Society Of Music Merchants (SOMM), is hosting the European Musical Instrument Dealer Awards (EMIDA) at Musikmesse on Wednesday, April 5th,
Frederick Hyde has announced that it is currently negotiating a takeover bid for Percussion Plus.
Bricks and mortar retailers in the UK are in for a difficult 2017 thanks to a “perfect storm” of challenges that are set to hit high street shops this year, ...
Despite a general consensus in the industry that online is taking over offline sales, the likes of PMT are still expanding their high street offerings. Simon Gilson discusses why he ...
Top 10 stories of the week: The most important instrument, new Dream Cymbals artist, do retailers care about Brexit?NEWS
The biggest story on MI Pro this week was the results of scientific research into what the most important element of a song is.
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