Avon has said the number of people signing up to sell its products has doubled since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and the beauty company is expecting a “tidal wave” of sign-ups over the coming months.
Harvey Nichols is the third big name in just a couple of days to be mulling job cuts in the near future. The company is looking at removing roles from all of its stores, although it's trying to minimise the impact.
Unsecured creditors of Go Outdoors could get back only around 1p in the pound, according to Deloitte. Given that it plans to pay most bills and honour customer returns, that leaves landlords as the main group to suffer.
This is the first new store the company has opened since the easing of lockdown. Located on level 2 of Intu Derby, the store houses the brand’s complete womenswear collection alonsgide footwear and accessories.
John Lewis may be planning to close some stores, but it still wants to make its products as widely available as possible and has announced a big expansion of its Click & Collect deal with Co-op food stores.
H&M’s Arket label will become the latest of the group’s brands to launch on Zalando with a debut on August 21. It joins H&M’s Weekday and Monki, which are already available on the giant European platform.