Do we need an Internet Sales Tax?
Is the replacement of physical stores with Internet sales bad for people’s rights, the Treasury, and for society?
Would you welcome Woolworths back to the UK high street?
No? Neither would we…
Here’s our thoughts on the matter on the BBC’s Kaye Adams Programme.
The Revolution will be Digitised
How can retailers maintain a consistent, high-quality experience when the customer journey is devolved?
Malls: Will Your Anchor Hold?
Since the first shopping mall was opened in Edina, Minnesota in 1952, only now is the accepted dogma is finally being challenged.
Debenhams: What Future in Store?
Sergio Bucher will bring digital expertise, international experience, and brand-building credentials; all skills Debenhams have been sorely missing in recent years.
eCommerce in India: Game On?
The rules have been clarified, but the difference between marketplace and inventory-based retail is one of accounting…
The Sunday Trading Stooshie
High-street retailers now vie with their round-the-clock online rivals, for whom national regulatory borders are rendered largely irrelevant. With eCommerce continuing to exert pressure on ‘bricks-and-mortar’ retailers, why hamper their ability to compete?…
Stirling: Scotland’s Heart
Stirling… the gateway to the Highlands, this is Braveheart Country. Monuments, bridges, battlefields of historical note, we boast all these. Then we go and top it all with what must surely be the prettiest castle in Scotland. It’s magnificent!…
Supersized Stores: Too Big to Succeed?
Bricks-and-mortar retailers are struggling to compete with their digitally-native rivals, and this intense competition is forcing many to recognise that they simply have too much space…
Inverness: Moves that proves there’s life in the High Street yet
That something so fundamental has happened so quickly, and without very much fuss is a testament to how effectively we, as shoppers, are being sold to. And in this respect, Inverness is no slouch either with some fantastic online retail entrepreneurs doing some really interesting work…