Property giant Landsec — which owns most of Bluewater — spoke of its strong financial and operational position Tuesday, “expecting to deliver material growth in income”. And that's with UK economic turbulence factored in.
UK footfall’s post-pandemic recovery took a hit last week as concerns over rising prices and worries over an impending recession deepened. There were negative numbers (almost) everywhere for the 8-14 May period.
India's biggest retailer Reliance will acquire dozens of small grocery and non-food brands as it targets building its own $6.5 billion consumer goods business to challenge foreign giants like Unilever.
BNPL specialist Klarna has rolled out Virtual Shopping, “connecting online shoppers directly with experts in physical stores, through live video and messaging, to provide a highly personalised experience online”.
On Thursday, Japanese cosmetics group Shiseido confirmed its prudent forecast for the 2022 financial year, stating it is “hard to quantify precisely” the impact of the pandemic and of geopolitical tensions.
Tech firm Nexite has announced a new funding injection. It takes its total funding up to $100m for its breakthrough Bluetooth tag and SaaS platform that boosts physical shopping and makes it more e-tail-like.
UK-based multi-brand beauty retailer Revolution Beauty Group has a new finance chief. Elizabeth Lake, former finance director at Hugo Boss UK, is set to replace Andrew Clark, who has announced his intention to leave.
Failed businesses can yield rewards. Hedge funds that ran Debenhams look to have recovered most of their costs while the retailer’s administrators have clocked up £5.3 million in fees in the two years since bankruptcy.
UK health & beauty retailer Superdrug has expanded its same-day courier service, ‘Store to Door’, in Scotland. The service is available within a five-mile radius of nine stores within the Glasgow and Edinburgh regions.