John Lewis sees its future in differentiating itself from rivals through own brand products.
Medium and large retailers on the country’s main high streets closed a net 1,234 branches in the first half of this year.
John Lewis suffered an almost double-digit fall in home sales in the past week, despite success in the student market.
Bedtime shopping is booming, at least among those with a John Lewis credit card.
Cost cutting helped upholstery manufacturer Lebus substantially increase pre0tax profits last year, despite a dip in sales.
Interiors retailer Rose & Grey is to launch its first mail order catalogue later this month.
The Sleep Council has collaborated with Penguin Random House to help develop a range of ‘Sleep Tales’, designed to help people relax before bedtime.
Furnishings will be the core focus for IMG as it rolls out the Laura Ashley brand across China.
Harrison Spinks has been presented with its Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Sustainable Development by the Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire.
The finalists for the 2019 Bed Industry Awards have been revealed.
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