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STEPHANIE JACKSON RECRUITMENT.
Beauty Account Manager
Permanent · LONDON
RETAIL CONSEIL PARIS
Region HR Manager, UK + Scandinavia, Luxury Fashion
Permanent · LONDON
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Art Consultant
Permanent · LONDON
LIBERTY LTD
Sales Coach - Fashion
Permanent · LONDON
HAYS RECRUIMENT
Merchandising Manager - Growing Jewellery Brand
Permanent · LONDON
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Ecommerce Manager
Permanent · LONDON
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Sales Supervisor
Permanent · LONDON
TOO FACED
Too Faced Business Manager - Boots, Leeds Trinity
Permanent · LEEDS
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Merchandising Manager
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Account Manager
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Sales Assistant Brompton Road
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Part Time Sales Assistant Brompton Road
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Sales Assistant Richmond
Permanent · LONDON
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Home Design Consultant
Permanent · CAMBERLEY
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Warehouse Administrator
Permanent · DONCASTER
HAYS RECRUIMENT
E-Commerce Manager
Permanent · LONDON
HAYS RECRUIMENT
Eyewear Account Manager South London
Permanent · LONDON
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Home Design Consultant
Permanent · CARDIFF
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Sales Coordinator - Permanent
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Head Office Recruitment Consultant - Fashion Retail
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Temps Controller / Temps Recruitment Consultant - Fashion Retail
Permanent · LONDON
OUTSIDE THE BOX RECRUITMENT
Production Manager-Shoes & Slg-Luxury- London Salary up to £70k
Permanent · LONDON

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Amazon is world's most valuable brand as it breaks $200bn mark

Amazon is world's most valuable brand as it breaks $200bn mark

Amazon has made history as the first brand in the world to be worth over $200 billion (£153bn), defending its position as the world’s most valuable brand for the third consecutive year.
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Givaudan expects 4-5% sales growth this year after strong 2019

Givaudan expects 4-5% sales growth this year after strong 2019

Fragrance and flavor maker Givaudan said it was confident of delivering like-for-like sales growth of between 4% and 5% this year, within its mid-term target range, implying a slowdown from 5.8% growth last year.
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20% of UK retail spend to be online by 2024, fashion to lead the way

20% of UK retail spend to be online by 2024, fashion to lead the way

UK online spend is set to reach £75bn by 2024, and clothing and footwear will remain the largest product sector, a new study has predicted.
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West End expects £17m boost from Chinese New Year shoppers

West End expects £17m boost from Chinese New Year shoppers

Coronavirus may be causing some uncertainty around the Lunar New Year shopping event for Chinese travellers, but London’s West End is still expecting high spending from tourists.
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Intu pop-up uses colour to boost shoppers' moods and dwell time

Intu pop-up uses colour to boost shoppers' moods and dwell time

Shopping malls giant Intu is under heavy pressure as it works to improve its debt situation and another area in which it’s under pressure, footfall, is also a focus for the owner of some of the UK’s top shopping centres.
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C&A to close down another 30 stores in France

C&A to close down another 30 stores in France

After an executive committee meeting on Friday, Dutch retail group C&A is planning the closure of 30 stores in France, putting 200 jobs at risk. 
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European Commission launches sustainable fashion competition

European Commission launches sustainable fashion competition

Submissions are now open for a new fashion competition from the European Commission, which will award a combined €150,000 to three early-stage sustainable fashion projects.
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Mothercare CEO steps down as it works through recovery plan

Mothercare CEO steps down as it works through recovery plan

Mothercare’s stores may have been closed in the UK but the company is continuing as a brand owner and on Thursday it updated us on the transformation plan it unveiled back in November.
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Asos comeback: e-tailer on track as peak period sales rise 20% globally

Asos comeback: e-tailer on track as peak period sales rise 20% globally

Asos said it delivered an “encouraging” start to its financial year when it issued a trading update on Thursday, with the four months to December 31 seeing both total group revenue and total group sales up 20%.
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Bouchra Jarrar and Julie de Libran treat guests to intimate Haute Couture shows

Bouchra Jarrar and Julie de Libran treat guests to intimate Haute Couture shows

Both designers opted to reveal their Haute Couture collections for Spring-Summer 2020 at home, harking back to a certain confidential air in couture shows and presenting ultra-chic ensembles fit to wear every day.
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Retailers feel unable to keep up with demands of hyperadoptive consumers

Retailers feel unable to keep up with demands of hyperadoptive consumers

According to a new study, although increasing numbers of retailers are prioritizing customer-centric initiatives, a vast majority believe that they are not effectively adapting to the demands of hyperadoptive consumers.
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UK e-tail picked up in December, but sector missed 2019 growth forecast

UK e-tail picked up in December, but sector missed 2019 growth forecast

Online sales in the UK grew by just 6.7% in 2019, delivering the lowest annual performance seen on record, but a Q4 surge could signal a bounce back for 2020, new data has revealed.
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Most UK Christmas shoppers avoided glitter items in eco focus

Most UK Christmas shoppers avoided glitter items in eco focus

Some ​57.6% of UK Christmas shoppers avoided purchasing glitter products, a new survey has revealed. The finding highlights retailers’ need to address growing consumer demands for environmentally-friendly products.
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Condé Nast names new chief product and technology officer

Condé Nast names new chief product and technology officer

Sanjay Bhakta will start his new job on 27 January, overseeing all areas of Condé Nast’s global technology strategy and services and product development. 
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Under-pressure Sainsbury's CEO announces retirement, Roberts steps up

Under-pressure Sainsbury's CEO announces retirement, Roberts steps up

Sainsbury’s CEO Mike Coupe, has bowed to the inevitable and is stepping down from his role in May. He’s being replaced by current Retail and Operations Director Simon Roberts, who’s been at the firm for three years.
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Walmart leadership shuffle sees Steve Bratspies exit as chief merchant

Walmart leadership shuffle sees Steve Bratspies exit as chief merchant

According to industry reports, company veteran Scott McCall will replace Bratspies, while Sam's Club executive, Dacona Smith, will become chief operating officer of Walmart U.S.
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