There was some good news coming out of Marks & Spencer for once on Friday as it upgraded its profit outlook after shoppers went online to buy more of its revamped clothing offer and also bought plenty of its foods.
British retailer Marks & Spencer is to add more guest clothing and footwear brands to its website, including FatFace and Jones Bootmaker, after an initial wave of brands increased traffic and attracted new customers.
News yesterday of Marks & Spencer launching a “groundbreaking” same-day delivery service for apparel was just part of much wider story for the increasingly omnichannel retailer. There's also a new click & collect model.
Marks & Spencer is ramping up its fashion focus. And no, there are no new collections to report. Rather the UK retail giant is to introduce a groundbreaking same-day delivery service for clothing, faster than its rivals.
When M&S launched its Goodmove range in early 2020, there were questions over whether it had come too late to the activewear party. Bit it has been a big success and is now rolling out into all of its shops.
The Victoria Square retail development in Woking, Surrey, has been handed a major boost. The Moyallen Group and Woking Council joint venture has secured Marks & Spencer as anchor attraction to the 125,000 sq ft centre.