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Chloe Rigby

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Next sales and profits beat expectations – as shoppers opt to buy third-party brands from its website

Next sales and profits beat expectations – as shoppers opt to buy third-party brands from its website

Next’s sales beat its expectations by £75m in the opening months of its financial year, as online growth almost made up for store closures. It now expects full-year pre-tax profits to be £20m higher than previous expectations. The retailer says its online growth does not represent its store sales transferring online – but a growth in customers buying third-party brands from its website
Superdry focuses online and on social during Covid-19 store closures – full-year sales 20% down

Superdry focuses online and on social during Covid-19 store closures – full-year sales 20% down

Superdry says it has focused on improving the way it sells online over its latest financial year – when sales fell by a fifth as stores were closed during repeated Covid-19 lockdowns. The retailer has invested in its website and grown its social media following by 9% during a year in which its stores were shut for 39% of potential trading days – rising to 69% in the fourth quarter of the year
How Moss Bros and L.K. Bennett clothing subscriptions fit the circular retail model; DS Smith reports circular design metrics

How Moss Bros and L.K. Bennett clothing subscriptions fit the circular retail model; DS Smith reports circular design metrics

Moss Bros is now renting menswear to shoppers in a new Moss Box subscription service, while a further clothing subscription service is set to come from womenswear brand L.K. Bennett in late summer
UK a leader in the 2020 shift online – while studies suggest shoppers want to buy more in-store, but as yet are not returning to shops post-Covid 19 lockdown

UK a leader in the 2020 shift online – while studies suggest shoppers want to buy more in-store, but as yet are not returning to shops post-Covid 19 lockdown

New figures show shoppers buying more online during Covid-19 and beyond. Meanwhile, footfall research suggests that shoppers want to buy more in-store, but the number of people visiting shops last week was down compared to the previous week.

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