It’s hard to believe we’re already in July; where has the first 6 months of the year disappeared to?!
As we pass the halfway point of 2015, let’s look at some of the retail stories we could not have predicted on New Year’s Day, and the trends that are likely to shape the months ahead.
- The demise and (sort of) rise of Tesco
2014 wasn’t a great year for Tesco – and 2015 didn’t start well either, with the company announcing the biggest ever loss in its 96-year history in April. However, once incoming CEO Dave Lewis got his feet settled under the table, things started to improve for the supermarket chain, which defied analyst predictions to post lower-than-expected sales falls in June.
- Cheaper by the dozen
There’s just no stopping shoppers’ appetite for low-budget bargains; in May, the Local Data Company announced that Aldi and Lidl are now opening…
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