In the run-up to Internet Retailing Conference 2015 we’re running a series of pieces showcasing the highlights of the event, now in its tenth year. Today our focus is on Stream 1, The Customer. By Chloe Rigby
Just as the customer is at the heart of today’s ecommerce and multichannel retailing, so too the customer is at the heart of Internet Retailing Conference 2015 (IRC ’15).
The London Mint Office has launched a PR campaign based around the creation of a new landmark memorial at Waterloo Station to reflect its status as a leading expert in producing commemorative coins and medals in the UK. Working as a partner with charity Waterloo 200 it has created the UK’s first War Memorial to honour the ordinary soldiers of the Anglo-Allied and Prussian soldiers who died at the Battle of Waterloo.
The First Women Awards, created by Real Business and supported by the CBI, has announced the 2015 winners at a gala awards ceremony. Hosted by [more…]
14.00-14.30 14th October 2015, Novotel, London
Retailer Case Study: Capturing the Pocket Books of Customer on the Go!
Creative consultancy Sedley Place has been appointed as lead branding and communications agency by Briers, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of gardening gloves and footwear.
Sedley Place will work closely with Briers in brand guardian capacity, with a remit to define and deliver positioning and marketing strategy as well as core branding across all communications channels.
The Cheltenham Festival is one of the highlights of the jump racing year, and a focus for intense activity from bookmakers trying to get a slice of the action of one of the biggest events in their calendar.
It's more common for men to work from home than women.
There are now over 4.2 million people across the UK working from home, according to the TUC, which is up by more than 800,000 since 2005.