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Superdry’s turnaround plan threatened as Covid-19 dampens clothing demand

Superdry’s woes were amplified in its final quarter of FY2019/20, with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic stifling demand for clothing and footwear. While its CEO Julian Dunkerton has had significant plans to revitalise the company, the outbreak has put a major spanner in the works, with revenue declining by 36.9% during Q4 FY2019/20, resulting in sales for the full year falling by £166.2m to £705.5m.

Video technology: The future for high street stores

High street retailers are under pressure from online competition, but the use of video technology could benefit in-store operations and keep consumers coming into the shops. With innovations being introduced in stores such as Whole Foods installing a robotic barista in the US, video technology within the retail industry could be a positive step.

Moss Bros: Tailoring personalisation for e-commerce

The UK menswear sector is expected to reach £17.1bn by 2022, which can be partially attributed to companies offering more personalised experiences through their e-commerce channels. Retail Insight Network talks to Moss Bros head of e-commerce, Matthew Henton, about its recent partnership, with AI-powered omnichannel personalisation engine Dynamic Yield, to tailor its in-store experiences to online.

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