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Posted by: on September 23, 2012

A manifesto for High Street bookselling

Speaking at the 2012 Booksellers’ Association conference I spelled out some of the challenges facing the independent bookseller on Britain’s High Streets, and provided a perspective on how these challenges might be met, in the form of a manifesto for High Street bookselling. You can run the Prezi presentation for yourself, from here. “It’s well […]

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Posted by: on February 19, 2012

Facebook for retailing: back t…

Facebook for retailing: back to the drawing board? http://t.co/pgq2qPC7

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Posted by: on February 19, 2012

Mapping bigotry: Tim Dowling o…

Mapping bigotry: Tim Dowling on work of Yanko Tsvetkov – freelance graphics designer. http://t.co/WLhkzCsR & http://t.co/fTCeVyTs

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Posted by: on February 1, 2012

Phil Wrigley on Portas: right …

Phil Wrigley on Portas: right diagnosis, wrong prescription.

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Posted by: on February 1, 2012

Phil Wrigley: ‘in our hearts w…

Phil Wrigley: ‘in our hearts we love local shops. In our minds and wallets, we betray them’ #acs #Oxford

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Posted by: on February 1, 2012

Walden (new #Argos CEO) intere…

Walden (new #Argos CEO) interesting background. 8y @BestBuy, 2y @Sears, 4y Peapod (pioneering ecom biz). Reputation: custs/turnaround/ecom.

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Posted by: on February 1, 2012

Busy week for trans-Atlantic r…

Busy week for trans-Atlantic retail hires. John Browett from Dixons to Apple; John Walden from US (Sears, Best Buy) to Argos.

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Posted by: on January 29, 2012

Reflections on the EC Communication on E-Commerce

Visiting researcher, Marta Blázquez Cano writes: On January 11th the European Comission adopted the Communication on E-Commerce and other Online Services previously announced in the Commission’s Digital Agenda. The objective is to set out the Commision’s vision for the potential represented by on line services, to identify the obstacles of the development of internet economy […]

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Posted by: on December 14, 2011

Mary Christmas

As the Portas Review is published in the week before one of the toughest trading Christmases for some time, Jonathan Reynolds reflects on its contribution to a longstanding debate on the future of Britain’s High Streets. “Mary’s the first to say that there have been plenty of other reports on saving the High Street. Indeed, […]

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Posted by: on December 2, 2011

Oxford’s view on India’s FDI c…

Oxford’s view on India’s FDI changes: “A tiger by the retail” – The Times of India http://t.co/zXDeQsRF

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