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Subway opens 500th non-traditional store

Subway opens 500th non-traditional store

Monday April 20th 2015

Sandwich shop chain Subway has reached another milestone as it announced that it now has more than 500 stores open in non-traditional locations in the UK & Ireland.

Clarks Shoes announce a major high street roll out with 'CROWD'

Clarks Shoes announce a major high street roll out with 'CROWD'

Monday April 20th 2015

Clarks improve customer engagement and drive sales with CROWD, a Smart Wi-Fi and Customer analytics solution

Poundworld unveils e-commerce website

Poundworld unveils e-commerce website

Monday April 20th 2015

Poundworld has launched its new e-commerce website Poundworld Plus as it looks to drive growth across Europe.

PEP&CO to create 500 jobs and confirms first 50 store locations

PEP&CO to create 500 jobs and confirms first 50 store locations

Monday April 20th 2015

PEP&CO, the new family fashion store founded by former Asda chief executive Andy Bond, has announced plans to create over 500 jobs across England, Wales and Scotland by the end of August. The company has also confirmed some of the first locations for its 50 stores.

HMV reclaims title of Britain’s top music retailer

HMV reclaims title of Britain’s top music retailer

Monday April 20th 2015

HMV has regained its place as the top music retailer in the UK due to a 12% year-on-year increase in physical music sales valued at £9.8 million.

Oxford's Clarendon welcomes raft of new retailers

Oxford's Clarendon welcomes raft of new retailers

Monday April 20th 2015

Oxford’s Clarendon Shopping Centre has signed up a raft of new retailers to bring the centre up to full occupation.

Costa serves up innovative new 'Eco Pod' in Telford

Costa serves up innovative new 'Eco Pod' in Telford

Monday April 20th 2015

Costa has opened what it describes as the UK’s "first zero energy coffee shop building" with its new ‘Eco Pod’ store at Wrekin Retail Park.

Co-operative Food aims to steer clear of driver shortage

Co-operative Food aims to steer clear of driver shortage

Monday April 20th 2015

The Co-operative Food is looking to avoid a potential national shortage of van and lorry drivers by establishing a new training programme for more than 100 warehouse staff.

Sunday Retail News Roundup

Sunday Retail News Roundup

Sunday April 19th 2015

Tesco to plug pensions black hole, Hut Group notches up 40pc sales rise, Eat to double in size despite wider losses, King of Shaves founder launches consultancy business, MoneySavingExpert takes stake in Resolver website, Fashion guru Tim Bettley becomes latest casualty in Morrisons restructuring plan, The supermarket revolution has begun with new bosses at Tesco and Morrisons, £5bn pension hole at Tesco, Conran attacks BHS sale, Look east, Tesco chairman says big companies could move to Europe if Britain quits EU

March footfall figures best for a year

March footfall figures best for a year

Friday April 17th 2015

UK retail footfall edged up 0.2% year-on-year last month to mark the best overall footfall performance since March 2014.