In the groups results announcement, Theo Paphatis of The Theo Paphitis Retail Group, which owns Ryman, Boux Avenue and Robert Dyas, warned that UK retail is facing a ‘perfect storm’ following devaluation of the pound and the continuing evoluation of how consumers shop.
New Look is rolling out augmented reality photo booths to a selection of its flagship stores to drive its appeal to millennial shoppers.
ASOS has reported a 26 per cent increase in retail sales and says that mobile is not only critical to its success, but part of its vision to “fundamentally change the way customers love and shop for fashion”.
DPD has launched an innovative service with ASOS, allowing the online fashion retailer’s customers to choose exactly when they would want their parcels to be delivered.
The Ecommerce Club’s February 25th Working Lunch London, hosted by ATTRAQT was lucking enough to hear from the creator of the eCommerce MasterPlan, Chloë Thomas, as she took members of the club through how ecommerce is evolving and where today’s brands can find advantages and disadvantages.