With its London F&F pop-up, Tesco is using a traditional ‘bricks’ style store to boost its online ‘clicks’ business in a move that shows it has its eyes firmly on multi-channel as a driver of future growth.
Tesco could open further standalone F&F pop-up stores in the UK if the London trial launched this week is a success, as part of its overarching efforts to boost non-food sales.
There is a stand-out fact in this year’s top 100 list of the most valuable global brands by BrandZ. It seems that the brands most likely to grow in future are those that embrace diversity in their executive leadership teams.
We have reached the start of what promises to be the most amazing summer in the UK… ever! Before the London Olympics get under way, we have the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to celebrate. My partner and I are busy organising a street party to mark the occasion. I am still not sure whether we volunteered […]