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The Boohoo & Missguided effect is creating new business in Manchester; this time LOTD

Posted by Thomas Andersson on

Sitting in a cafe a day or two before Christmas 2017 we saw a bus with an advertisment promoting a new clothing website -> www.lotd.com Source: Screenshot of lotd.com on 21 Dec, 2017. Our thought was initially - Is there another company starting to use the TfL advertising trick as used by Boohoo, Missguided, Nasty Gal, Prettylittlething, Heist Studios and other pureplay online fashion retailers? After a quick check we noticed one of the directors of Lotd Ltd resigned from Boohoo.com UK Ltd in April 2017. Lotd Ltd was incorporated in March 2017 and share its office address with TheRobertStreetHub,...

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Christmas Windows 2017: Piccadilly, Regent Street, Oxford Street and Argyll Street

Posted by Haesoon Jung on

Christmas window display on Regent Street, Oxford Street and Argyll Street. Hunter, Topshop, Tommy Hilfiger, Superdry, Burberry and more

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Trade show report: Ecommerce Expo, London, September 2017

Posted by Thomas Andersson on

Our verdict (of 5): Admittedly we visited Ecommerce Expo in 2016 and were very impressed and the September 2017 edition did not disappoint on content or exhibitors. In fact it seemed as the quality of exhibitors was slightly better than the previous show. Ecommerce Expo had everything from the usual suspects such as Shopify, SAP Hybris, Bronto, Marketo and others to some of the more exciting startups such as Mad Street Den, Phrasee and others. SAP Hybris were mightily excited about their rumoured $350m acquisition of Gigya and the opportunties this will mean for upselling to existing Gigya customers and...

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Best UK Christmas Adverts 2016

Posted by Thomas Andersson on

In first place, TKMaxx TKMaxx is the unexpected winner of Christmas 2016 adverts. Using the surprise effect its acapella starting with a gurgling grandmum stands out from the rest. It was created by Wieden+Kennedy London and directed by Andreas Nilsson. In second place, Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer's advert is based on a family issue with the son in a family writing to Mrs Claus (instead of Santa) asking for a bit of help because he was naughty to his sister but keen to amend his mistake. The advert is well shot and looks up to date but is...

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