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Chloe Rigby

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EDITORIAL Putting the failure of Arcadia Group and Debenhams in a multichannel context

EDITORIAL Putting the failure of Arcadia Group and Debenhams in a multichannel context

In today’s InternetRetailing we’re reporting on a grim day for UK retail. More than 25,000 jobs are now at risk following the administration of Arcadia Group and the decision by Debenhams’ administrators to wind down the business following the end of discussions with JD Sports that might have led to its acquisition. We consider this in a multichannel context
Debenhams to start winding down after collapse of sale to JD Sports: how the department store has struggled to stay relevant in the era of digital commerce

Debenhams to start winding down after collapse of sale to JD Sports: how the department store has struggled to stay relevant in the era of digital commerce

We report as administrators start winding down Debenhams, and on how it has struggled to survive in an age when the convenience of online trumped the convenience of the department store
Topps Tiles focuses on omnichannel customer experience as it aims to take a fifth of the tile market by 2025

Topps Tiles focuses on omnichannel customer experience as it aims to take a fifth of the tile market by 2025

Topps Tiles is to focus on the customer experience both online and in-store as it targets the goal of taking £1 in every £5 spent on tiles in the UK by 2025.
PEAK 2020 Shops prepare to reopen ahead of Christmas; how shoppers bought and how retailers used digital marketing on Black Friday

PEAK 2020 Shops prepare to reopen ahead of Christmas; how shoppers bought and how retailers used digital marketing on Black Friday

InternetRetailing rounds up the latest news, insights and trends on how retailers and customers are responding to peak trading this year
Arcadia Group brands up for sale and 13,000 jobs at risk in administration that has dealt the latest blow to the UK high street as shoppers continue to shift spending online

Arcadia Group brands up for sale and 13,000 jobs at risk in administration that has dealt the latest blow to the UK high street as shoppers continue to shift spending online

Arcadia Group has called in the administrators overnight, putting about 13,000 jobs at risk. The business, owned by Sir Philip Green and his family, continues to trade both online and in-store and says all commerce orders placed over the Black Friday weekend will be honoured. Its retail brands are now up for sale and administrators hope that buyers will be found quickly

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