Westminster City Council’s plan to spend £150m on Oxford Street’s regeneration has started with “spades in the ground” for some “temporary interventions that will encourage visitors back after lockdown”.
The headline news may have been about John Lewis's pre-tax loss of £517m in the year to January. But more newsworthy was that it said “we do not expect to reopen all our John Lewis shops at the end of lockdown”.
Amorepacific has joined the global RE100 initiative becoming the first Korean beauty company to aim to source 100 percent renewable energy to power all of its production sites and offices by the year 2030.
Net-A-Porter has officially launched in the Middle East with a localised platform for the region in Arabic and English. It’s also available as a website and a mobile app. It's been fully customised to meet local needs.
Retail giant Inditex hasn’t come out of the pandemic year unscathed. But the strength of its business model appears to have carried it through so far and its performance since its fiscal year ended has been encouraging