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83% of millennials are more likely to visit Gucci than those over 35s

83% of millennials are more likely to visit Gucci than those over 35s

by on February 16, 2017

Aspirational millennials set luxury fashion in their sights

Traditional designers capitalising on millennial money through digital

  • 83% of millennials are more likely to visit Gucci than those over 35s
  • Louis Vuitton and Supreme partnership drove 23% increase in brand searches[i]
  • 45% increase in website traffic to luxury fashion retailers over the past three years


A cracking Christmas : Branding with a big bang by Simply Crackers

A cracking Christmas : Branding with a big bang by Simply Crackers

by on July 21, 2016

Crackers are a fun, interactive and rewarding way to showcase a brand and reward customers or staff, especially over the festive season.

Simply Crackers provide bespoke branded Christmas crackers and work with businesses across the UK and Europe. Perfect for promotions, events and parties, crackers can be made to a company’s own design and branding requirements and include any gift of their choice.

Christmas cracker gifts can include high quality chocolates, jewellery and pens. Crackers can also be designed to include the company’s own products such as money off coupons, vouchers, trial size products or branded gifts such as keyrings, USB and magnets.

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Videos : Burberry, TK Maxx and Notonthehighstreet – their Christmas goodies

by on November 4, 2015


Exclusive Insight / Effective approaches that UK retailers are using with social media today – Burberry, Waitrose,#AmazonBasket

by on February 1, 2015

Exclusive - From Social Media to Social Commerce by Ian Jindal

To learn more about social commerce and the full multichannel retail landscape, book your place at the Internet Retailing Expo and the eDelivery Expo taking place on 25th and 26th March 2015.

Social media is enjoying a retail renaissance. Customers may have rejected the literal interpretation of s-commerce when they opted not to buy direct from Facebook stores, but today retailers are finding new and more creative ways to harness the still-spectacular power of social media.


Romeo Beckham has improved sales for Burberry

by on January 20, 2015

Romeo Beckham behind Burberry's spike in sales


John Lewis, Aldi, Debenhams, Burberry, M&S, Argos, Asda, Boots and Lidl 2014 Christmas ads – enjoy

by on November 9, 2014


How Instagram harnesses the awesome power of mobile, social media and photos

by on September 27, 2014


Mark Pigou talks about the retailers at the 3rd annual Internet Retailing Awards / Amazon, Evans Cycles, Missguided,, Free People, Notonthehighstreet, Argos, Graze, Ocado etc.

by on June 3, 2014

Mark Pigou writes ... Without doubt the most fun you will ever have at an industry awards - the 3rd annual Internet Retailing Awards takes place June 26 in London.
Go to and take a look at the judges you will meet at the party plus the retailers who have been nominated are ..


Possible takeover targets for next year – Burberry and Sainsbury’s

by on December 30, 2013

Retailers including Burberry and Sainsbury’s have been tipped as takeover targets next year by investment bank UBS.


Global innovation firm challenge status quo with new book and expanded London presence

by on November 29, 2013

Idea Couture helps businesses drive revenue growth and loyalty through strategic innovation

London, 29 November 2013: Idea Couture, a global specialist strategic innovation consultancy is marking the expansion of its London presence with the publication of a book “Design Thinking for Strategic Innovation” by Idris Mootee, the company’s global CEO. This builds on work Mootee has done with both MIT and Harvard, including running the programme on Design Thinking for the Harvard Graduate School.

The book starts from the recognised premise that for companies today to succeed beyond anything but the short term, ‘business as usual’ will simply not suffice. Disruption in the marketplace is not only faster, but more fundamental and will not be kind to businesses used to operating by the old rules – even the ones that once made them successful.  For more information visit or call us on 020 7729 0487.