House of Fraser has rocked the country by joining Marks and Spencer and Maplin as the latest to close UK stores. Does it mark the end of physical shopping?
The high street is struggling. But shop owners could save themselves from the retail apocalypse by adopting tech
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials certainly present a joyous moment. But play your cards right and your business could have more reasons to celebrate
Fuelled by a number of contributing factors, retail sales in the UK have dropped faster than in any time over the past 23 years, according to the British Retail Consortium
With St George’s Day upon us, British brands are still holding their own in the midst of the Brexit battle, a new Brand Finance study reveals
Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal many Brits are distrustful of Facebook and other social media, according to the7stars
Traditional markets are struggling. Fortunately, the tech titan has found that retailers may have reason to put their hope towards young people
The rapper felt censored by Instagram and rejoined Twitter instead. But what does it mean for Twitter to be associated with an everything-goes attitude and how big is the loss of an influencer like 50 Cent really?
The Cambridge Analytica fallout has resulted in fewer consumers trusting social media than the government. For startups and SMEs, this means taking a careful look at their online marketing
New research discovers poor communication, among other factors, have contributed to declining corporate reputations