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Secondary revenue can smooth cashflow bumps

2017-04-13T09:13:39+00:00 13th April 2017|Beyond the Core, Research, Retail News, The future of retail, Webloyalty Research|

There’s no denying the UK’s retail sector is in turmoil as the union is plotting its divorce from the EU. A shift in consumer spending, higher wages and business rates, and a weaker pound are all conspiring to squeeze retailers’ sales and profits. In order to bear the brunt of this perfect storm, many retailers are turning to “secondary revenue to diversify and de-risk revenue streams,” explains Guy Chiswick in Webloyalty’s latest report Beyond the Core: How UK retailers are [...]

Beyond the Core research report

2017-03-28T15:24:45+00:00 27th March 2017|Beyond the Core, Webloyalty Research|

Download a free copy of our Beyond the Core report. We partnered with the BRC to produce a study into how UK retailers are looking beyond core offerings to drive new revenue streams. Key Findings include: 67% of retailers derive at least 1% of their revenue from secondary sources with around 18% generating at least a fifth of their revenue this way and a few generating close to half. Businesses seeing 20% or more contribution of secondary revenue to total [...]

Black Friday becoming launching pad for UK Christmas shopping

2016-11-04T18:00:47+00:00 4th November 2015|Black Friday, Christmas Retail, Discounts, Webloyalty Research|

Black Friday may be an American tradition but it has become very popular in the UK. An upcoming Webloyalty report on UK Christmas Trends for 2015 shows that 57% of consumers plan to shop on November 27 and sales are expected to top £1.6 billion making Black Friday one of the most important days of the year for UK retailers. […]

Easter spending predicted to rise as consumer confidence in economy increases

2016-11-07T12:18:47+00:00 24th March 2014|Webloyalty Research|

With Easter fast approaching, new research by leading ecommerce partner Webloyalty reveals an expected increase in retail spending over the Easter period. 3.2% growth in the overall Easter retail market is predicted this year, despite continuing consumer concerns about personal finances. […]

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