In today's InternetRetailing newsletter we have the latest updates on how retailers from Mothercare and Moss Bros to Burberry are planning their multichannel strategies to meet the changing needs of consumers.
We report on how Mothercare
is back in the black for the first time in five years, two years into a digital-first transformation, and how investment in multichannel has helped Moss Bros
to its ongoing healthy growth in sales, both online and offline. This comes in the same week as Burberry
presents a three-year plan to refocus around omnichannel, at a time when its core luxury consumers are slowing down their spending.
This comes against a backdrop of healthy online sales growth
, as overall retail sales slow and visitor numbers to store fall. We have analysis
from CitySprint chief executive Patrick Gallagher, who considers how multichannel retailers can combat this slowdown, while in today's guest comment slot, Philip Rooke of Spreadshirt considers
what Brexit might mean for multichannel retailers.Our research
The latest InternetRetailing research, the IRUK Top500 2016 and the first 2016 dimension report, on Brand Engagement, is now available to download. Visit the IRUK Top500
section of the website to find out more.Our webinars
Click to visit the Internet Retailing webinars page
to catch up on the latest webinars, which are also available to view again on the IRTV channel
.Event presentations and interviews
Catch up with presentations and other interviews from IRC 2015 on the event website