The winter version of Love Island is having a big impact on product sales in Britain, a release from general merchandise retailer Argos claimed on Tuesday, with beauty tools and other products surging.
After catching a bit of a winter chill over “disappointing” Christmas trading, Joules was more upbeat on Tuesday, talking of “robust" first-half sales for the pre-festive period, despite a profits dip.
The Detroit-based “stock market of things” has announced that it surpassed $1 billion in gross merchandise value in 2019 alone, as the platform pushed forward with international expansion, especially in Europe and Asia.
Under-pressure shopping centres giant Intu confirmed on Monday that it’s taking action to deal with its large debt load and said it “continues to make progress in its strategy to fix the balance sheet”.
E-tailer Sosandar is continuing to make huge leaps forward as far as sales growth is concerned, but the money it's spending on driving that growth means its losses will also grow in the short term, it said Monday.
Boux Avenue has become the latest high-profile retail name to be talking to its landlords over possible rent cuts with reports that it’s in ‘urgent’ talks in the most challenging retail environment ever seen.