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  • Post Brexit, the Value Of Commercial Properties In The UK Have Plunged

    As per the new reports, value of commercial property in the UK did notice a huge drop by billions in 2016. This happened quite soon after the results came out where vote to the leave the European Union was announced.

    As per the recent reports from The Property Industry Alliance’s (PIA), the overall commercial value of the properties in the UK, out of which retail accounts for 38 per cent, has plunged in 2016 by 4.6 per cent. This means the drop is from £926 billion to £883 billion.

    Commercial property in the UK comprises of about 13 per cent of the value of all buildings in the UK. It also marks about 10 per cent of the total net worth. This colossal plummet was noticed especially after the result of Brexit was announced.

    Bill Hughes the chairman of PIA stated that despite the huge drop, the industry of commercial property in the UK did mark a vital part of UK’s economy.

  • Format of Mini Store Extended By Habitat after Noticing Positive Feedback

    Habitat has recently notified about starting to rollout its mini store format. By November this format will extend inside four of Sainsbury’s supermarkets. It has been set as a trail in six of its locations and it did experience a great positive feedback.

    The furniture manufacturer is all set to start its store in Newcastle, York, London and Newcastle. Once it has been set, it will start rolling out its mini format Newcastle in all of its operation. All of them comprises of a blend of stores-within-stores and standalone stores.

    Just as the present set of mini stores, the new ones would take about 2000sq ft. its edited range would comprise of 600 products. The items here would be with upholstery, furniture, textile, lighting and homeware.

    Now, even consumers are getting the opportunity to shop from its website. This would be made easy through the iPad and store digital screens.

  • At New Look 390 Jobs Get Axed

    At New Look, the fast fashion retailer, 360 jobs have been axed. Even though a lot of efforts were being taken to balance out levels of junior and senior staffs, it seems to not work enough.

    As seen from the prospective of a greater redundancy consultation, about 390 deputy store managers, 1000 of the retailers and 19,000 staff members along with sales managers have been released.

    It has been stated that about 430 staffs have been so far been retained. On the other hand, 100 have quit the business because of the turnover. Furthermore, about 20 of them opted for a deferred redundancy. However, in the near future they too would get dismissed.

    Regardless of the high number of loss of jobs, New Look is all set to hire about 250 more staff members. It is doing so because it wants to rebalance entire setting.

  • Crucial reasons why retailers should heed attention towards ‘on-demand”

    As the rate of e-commerce rises drastically and there is shift in the focus of customer’s attention, the UK retail sector will be soon experiencing a crunch phase. The setting is getting ever more aggressive with the UK retailers feeling the pressure to keep up with online giants. But one way that will help to get better is to go with the “on-demand” services. This way, consumers get the choice to get their purchases, right on the day they place an order. At times, they would get their product after a few minutes or within a few hours.

    On demand service will not only work for food sector

    When people usually think of delivery services, such as on-demand ones, they think of food. The spectrum is not bigger and greater. The same-day delivery in Britain is about £550m. This rate keeps growing by 5% every year.

     ‘Generation Now’ customers will stay here for a long time

    Also, online-only and traditional retailers are doing it all to draw the attention of the present generation. They have grown with net age and want access to everything quickly. This is why speed is something they really pay attention to.

  • Next Day Delivery- the First Choice of Online Shoppers

    Majority of online shoppers preferred next day delivery, but research conducted by Ampersand, an ecommerce agency, reveals that close to 18% of the retailers fell short in regards to offering satisfactory returns as well as delivery options.

     Another survey conducted online by YouGuv indicated that almost 52% UK consumers preferred next-day delivery even if it was offered at an additional price.

     In comparison to a similar research conducted by Ampersand in May 2014 reveals the number of consumers preferring same day delivery has halved from 21% to 12% whereas there is an increase in those preferring next-day delivery from 46% to 52%. However, if the delivery charges are £5 or more, consumers are reluctant.

     Sunglass Hut, Apple and Jimmy Choo are 3 of the 5 retailers that offer free delivery while next-day delivery services of Diesel and Harrods is most expensive.

     Surprisingly, many retailers offer click-and-collect services, but only 18% consumers prefer it.

     

     

  • In 2 Years Online Spending Via Card Increases By 28%

    Data reveals a greater than a quarter rise in online retail transactions in the past 2 years. The figure for online card spending was £154 billion last year, accounting to approximately £422 million per day. This displayed a 28% increase since 2014, when the figure was £120 billion.

     These statistics also reveal that compared to other countries the UK spends more online per household, with 2015 figures for the UK, Norway, the US and Australia being $5900, $5400, $4500 and $4000 respectively.

     Shopping for entertainment topped the purchase list of online card shopping making it 26% of all card shopping. Additionally, online travel bookings accounted for 40% percent of the booking, with flight booking topping the list. Spending on clothing, concert tickets along with spending on theater, concert and dance made up for majority of online card spending.

  • 7 Year Low for Retail Sales in the UK

    Retails sales hit a 7 year low for the first quarter of the year, owing to the rising cost of living that adversely affected the disposable income of citizens.

    The ONS (Office for National Statistics) noted a decline of 1.4% in sales over a period of 3 months, the lowest since 2013. The reason has been attributed to overall price increase across all sectors, without any single sector being responsible.

    A marginal increase in sales was seen in clothing, footwear and textile sectors whereas on the other hand, fuel and household goods sales witnessed the largest decrease in sales.

    The rise in manufacturing costs and subsequently in everyday goods prices has negatively affected sales and all this is the impact of the Brexit referendum.

    The initial surge in spending post Brexit ended abruptly with stagnant pay growth, no growth in employment, although unemployment remains low.

    All this is a sign of expected economic slowdown in the UK.

  • Cafes, Leisure Outlets Nudge Fashion Retailers off the High Street

    The British high street is evolving with a number of experience and leisure outlets, like takeaways, health clubs, jewelers and vaping shops, taking up the space once occupied by bank branches and fashion chains. Continue reading

  • Decline In Retail Of Physical Entertainment

    originalThe last quarter witnessed an overall decline in the physical entertainment market even though Switch by Nintendo saw a 0.5% increase in sales of physical games. This is due to a 5 and 13 percent decline in sales of music and video as physical entertainment. Continue reading

  • Inflation Continues To Be Steady in March

    Hot-Sun-Warm-ClimateThe drop in the cost of petrol, by 1%, and air fares, by 22.9%, balanced out the rising cost of food and clothing, thus maintaining the same inflation rate of 2.3% in March as that in February. Continue reading

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