Global Most Viewed en John Lewis reports H1 loss and reassesses channel balance The John Lewis Partnership has published its unaudited?financial results for H1 2020. Although sales?were up +1% overall,?shoppers spent more on less profitable lines, leading to a loss across John Lewis and?Waitrose of £55m – a similar picture to H1 2019, but, says chairman Sharon White, "a creditable performance in the circumstances, and ahead of expectations". Fri, 18 Sep 2020 10:37:33 +0000 Paul Farley 7971 at Heimtextil and Ambiente 2021 postponed German trade fair organiser Messe Frankfurt has announced that it?will not hold?any of its own physical trade fairs at the Frankfurt exhibition grounds from January to March?2021, meaning new dates for Heimtextil and Ambiente, among others. Mon, 21 Sep 2020 14:31:57 +0000 Paul Farley 7976 at Government extends support to prevent business evictions Businesses will be protected from the threat of eviction until the end of year, providing commercial tenants with greater security and protecting vital jobs, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick announced today. Today’s measures are on top of the wider-ranging financial package provided by the UK Government, backed by £160b, to protect jobs, incomes and business throughout and beyond the pandemic. The Government is clear that where businesses can pay their rent, they should do so, as this support is aimed to those businesses struggling the most during the pandemic. Wed, 16 Sep 2020 15:14:34 +0000 Paul Farley 7966 at Happy Beds applauded for online growth Happy Beds, an independent bedroom and furniture retailer based in West Yorkshire,?has been awarded Retail Campaign of the Year?in the UK Biddable Retail Awards. Happy Beds has worked with Liberty Marketing since 2017, and has achieved an +800% increase in annual revenue in just three years. The furniture brand has used an innovative marketing strategy and the smart management of digital channels to compete?against big-name competitors such as Dreams and Bensons for Beds, with mattress and bed sales rising YoY. Wed, 09 Sep 2020 11:02:31 +0000 Paul Farley 7952 at Austrian retail outlets now under JYSK umbrella The 87 stores of retail chain D?nisches Bettenlager Austria are now officially named JYSK, in a move which embraces the latter's new store concept. ”By changing the name to JYSK, the Austrian stores will now also benefit from the store concepts and systems that worldwide have led to JYSK’s success," says JYSK's CEO and president, Jan B?gh. "This will be great for both our customers as well as for our employees.” Fri, 02 Oct 2020 16:12:59 +0000 Paul Farley 8000 at Consumers will bear brunt of no-deal Brexit, says BRC-Nielsen Shop prices?fell?by -1.6% in September, a steady rate of decline as in August, the latest BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index has found.?Non-food prices?fell?by -3.2%, compared to a decline of -3.4% in August. Wed, 30 Sep 2020 14:53:57 +0000 Paul Farley 7997 at Houseology owner confident of significant expansion The?Moot Group,?parent company of Houseology and several other ecommerce homewares?platforms, has reported 10x YoY growth since launching in 2018, and says it is on track to turn over £50m by 2022. After a record year that saw online retail boom, the company plans to raise investment in early 2021, to further support growth through new hires and an aggressive international expansion programme. Fri, 02 Oct 2020 15:55:51 +0000 Paul Farley 7998 at FIRA launches testing portal UKAS-accredited testing house?FIRA International?has launched E-TIC HUB, a new portal designed to give customers more control over their testing. Fri, 02 Oct 2020 16:05:31 +0000 Paul Farley 7999 at New association training on domestic flammability regulations A focus on the domestic flammability regulations is the fourth in a series of recorded training sessions developed by the Furniture Industry Research Association.?The ‘Introduction to the domestic flammability regulations’ was developed by Howard James, operations manager - testing, at FIRA International, the service provider to the Furniture Industry Research Association). Mon, 28 Sep 2020 13:43:31 +0000 Paul Farley 7992 at Post-lockdown trading strong at ScS ScS?has confirmed its unaudited preliminary results for the year ended 25th July 2020. Order intake was down just -5.9% during the year, despite the two-month national lockdown forcing all 100 stores to close. Despite the closures, investment in ScS' ecommerce offering helped drive an online sales increase of +13.6% to £19.1m. However, the results were still?significantly impacted by the Covid-19 lockdown months.?Gross sales fell -19.5% to £268.1m, while gross profit decreased -20.2% to £119.6m. Tue, 06 Oct 2020 10:36:03 +0000 Paul Farley 8011 at 日本写真集/无码中文资源在线播放/anquye/最全的欧美大片