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CENTRIC BRANDS
Manager, Production - Denim (Joe's Jeans And Hudson Jeans)
Permanent · Los Angeles
LANE BRYANT
Part Time Sales Manager
Permanent · Gloucester Township
SALLY BEAUTY CORPORATE
District Manager
Permanent · Sacramento
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Las Vegas
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Los Angeles
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Los Angeles
COTY
Assistant Marketing Manager, us Marc Jacobs Fragrance
Permanent · New York
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Bellevue
Permanent · Bellevue
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Aventura
Permanent · Aventura
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Nordstrom Northshore
Permanent · Peabody
NORDSTROM INC
sr Maintenance Manager - Riverside, ca
Permanent · Riverside
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Oakbrook
Permanent · Oak Brook
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Oakridge Rack
Permanent · San Jose
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Southcenter
Permanent · Tukwila
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Chicago Maxwell Rack
Permanent · Chicago
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Mission Valley Rack
Permanent · San Diego
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Last Chance Phoenix
Permanent · Phoenix
ULTA BEAUTY, INC.
Retail Operations Manager
Permanent · Wesley Chapel
KOHLS
Full-Time Sales Supervisor - Softlines
Permanent · Colorado Springs
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Supervisor
Permanent · Anchorage
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Supervisor
Permanent · Wappingers Falls
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Officer
Permanent · Las Vegas

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Marimekko buoyant in Q4, expects 2021 growth as it targets Asia

Marimekko buoyant in Q4, expects 2021 growth as it targets Asia

​Marimekko said Thursday that its fourth quarter was strong and full-year 2020’s net sales almost reached the 2019 figure, despite the pandemic, while comparable operating profit rose in double-digits.
Fashion
China is first country where e-tail outstrips physical retail

China is first country where e-tail outstrips physical retail

​China is to become the first country in the world to see e-commerce sales outstripping sales through physical shops with a new prediction saying e-tail should account for 52.1% of all retail sales (by value) this year.
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French and German consumers are still buying from Brexit Britain says eShopWorld

French and German consumers are still buying from Brexit Britain says eShopWorld

There may have been lots of news stories about interruptions to trade because of Brexit, but it seems that consumers in key European markets are still buying from Britain, data from eShopWorld (ESW) shows.
Fashion
China, US and UK are world's biggest B2C online markets

China, US and UK are world's biggest B2C online markets

​Not only have the Chinese returned to physical stores in large numbers as the pandemic has eased in that country, but consumers there remain the biggest online spenders globally, a new study shows.
Fashion
Gucci sales fall in Q4, but Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent are on a roll

Gucci sales fall in Q4, but Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent are on a roll

​Sales at Kering's leading brand, Gucci, suffered a bigger-than-expected drop in Q4 as Covid continued to dent luxury shopping and crimp tourist spending in particular.
Luxury
A third of UK importers struggle with Brexit changes - report

A third of UK importers struggle with Brexit changes - report

UK retailers are facing “spiralling Brexit challenges” at border Customs and a crisis developing in Northern Ireland trade, according to international courier ParcelHero.
Fashion
Oxford street fights back: recovery plan launched, work to start within weeks

Oxford street fights back: recovery plan launched, work to start within weeks

​Westminster City Council  has announced an “ambitious” plan to “reinvent the nation’s high street and boost London’s recovery” with a new vision for Oxford Street.
Fashion
UK should prepare for spending boom, fashion will get a slice of the cake - report

UK should prepare for spending boom, fashion will get a slice of the cake - report

​The UK needs to prepare for a spending boom once restrictions on consumer behaviour are loosened, according to a new report, and fashion will be among the beneficiaries.
Fashion
UK footfall edges up again, hints at pent-up demand post-lockdown

UK footfall edges up again, hints at pent-up demand post-lockdown

​The weather may not have been great last week and non-essential shops may have stayed closed, but footfall to retail destinations continued to rise, having done so steadily in recent weeks. 
Fashion
Weston family may need to pump cash into Selfridges and other department stores

Weston family may need to pump cash into Selfridges and other department stores

The Weston family may need to pump some money into its European department stores business that includes Selfridges, Brown Thomas, Arnotts, and De Bijenkorf. 
Fashion
Shaftesbury launches Chinese New Year campaign

Shaftesbury launches Chinese New Year campaign

A distinct lack of tourists in London to celebrate this year’s Chinese Lunar New Year hasn’t stopped Shaftesbury from forging ahead with a related promotion.
Lifestyle
Covid impact: UK e-tail saw five years' worth of growth in just a year

Covid impact: UK e-tail saw five years' worth of growth in just a year

Retailers had been expecting a steady shift towards online shopping for some time, but the impact of the pandemic changed retail fast and the UK saw the equivalent of five years of e-tail sales growth in only a year.
Fashion
UK retailers are expecting lockdown Valentine's sales boost

UK retailers are expecting lockdown Valentine's sales boost

​Physical shops may be closed, but 52% of UK retailers are offering products specifically for Valentine’s Day. And 41% are expecting the event to give them a sales boost with average expectations of a 26% increase.
Fashion
Ted Baker hit by low partywear demand and Brexit issues in Q4

Ted Baker hit by low partywear demand and Brexit issues in Q4

Ted Baker is one of the last of the big names to deliver a Christmas quarter trading update and on Thursday it said that the 13 weeks from November to the end of January sent its revenues plunging.
Fashion
Westfield owner to slash US presence, is committed to "best assets" in UK

Westfield owner to slash US presence, is committed to "best assets" in UK

​The owner of London’s Westfield shopping centres said on Wednesday it would massively trim down its US presence and complete a remaining €3.2 billion-worth of European asset disposals before the end of 2022.
Fashion
Oxford Street at risk as major closures dent appeal

Oxford Street at risk as major closures dent appeal

Recent company failures, brand sales, strategic decisions around stores and footfall declines mean that London’s Oxford Street has a bleak future in the short term.
Fashion