Retailers that don't discount: Do they still exist?
Retail enters a brave new world
How can you keep a department store relevant?
Adidas unveils a four-level flagship in London, packed with tech-driven interactive experiences
If you’re taking over an existing building – embrace its history
Samsung debuts a new experience destination in London
The tech giant sets up shop around the corner from Apple
Europe and North America stand as glittering respective prizes for retailers on either side of the Atlantic, but why are there so few real success stories?
Chinese-style kiosk/stores without staff have their place in the retail scheme of things, but they are just part of the digital picture
Lidl opens in Turin, Italy
The retailer creates spaces that double as destinations
A potentially old-fashioned mainstay uses windows to communicate its continued relevance
How the fast-fashion giant stays relevant, despite negative headlines
A year of change in which many things remain the same, but are different
Is London a viable setting for expansion?
An update to its Regent Street flagship speaks to an evolving customer experience
While active online, this retailer still draws people through its doors
Consider targeting a narrowly defined niche with a mix of relevant tenants
Foot Locker and Sports Direct debut new outposts
Unsold stock finds a new home for shoppers to dig through