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Opinion: Technology tie-ups will secure retail’s future
Retail Week opinion piece from James Walker explores why partnerships are the future of retail in the digital age
Sky Winning U.K. Soccer Rights Sets Stage to Lift Takeover Price
Sky Plc is snagging more rights than ever - and paying less to boot - to broadcast Britain’s top soccer championship through 2022, a bonus for suitors 21st Century Fox Inc., Walt Disney Co. and Comcast Corp
OC&C Strategy Consultants’ integrated partnership model takes shape with new offices joining us
OC&C Strategy Consultants today welcomes OC&C Poland into its integrated partnership as part of its three-year programme of change to move the firm from a federation of franchises to a closely integrated group of partners
Opinion: The Changing Face of Internet Retailing
What’s going on in retailing? The much-heralded demise of bricks and mortar is not as straightforward as originally thought
The future of retail? You ain't seen nothing yet.
What groundbreaking and industry-changing disruptions should retailers prepare themselves for next?
Opinion: China's online luxury gameboard
Luxury companies have made it clear on several occasions that “the business of Amazon does not fit with their brands” as stated by LVMH CFO in October 2016. Fast forward a year later, we found that top luxury brands have largely kept to these words
The value in an active approach with commercial due diligence
Tom Gladstone and Nicholas Farhi discuss how commercial due diligence can give private equity firms the edge in the bidding process
OC&C names James George as International Managing Partner
James George will oversee OC&C’s continued move towards an international partnership model, from its historic model of franchises
UK food and drink industry loses £400m by relying on cheap labour instead of investing in technology
Our research warns the negative impact Brexit could have on the industry which employs a higher proportion of EU migrant labour than any other sector in the UK
China’s new middle class swaps karaoke for cruise holidays and thrilling rides, survey shows
China’s leisure market has overtaken Japan in terms of total expenditure to rank No 2 globally, trailing the US
UK TV industry risks losing 1bn a year to Amazon, Youtube and Facebook
Our new report says that UK broadcasters could suffer the same fate as industries including music, news, insurance and property where powerful digital newcomers