News roundup: 10th March 2008

News roundup: 10th March 2008

“Fashion shopping on the web comes of age,”
declares The Guardian. In addition to crediting the
usual causes-widespread broadband penetration chief among
them-the article points to the growth in upscale fashion
websites, including Net-a-Porter, and

Cosmetics and skincare cataloguer/retailer Lush was
named number 50 on The Sunday Times’ 100 Best Companies to
Work For. Lingerie retailer/catalogue Bravissimo also made the cut.

In The Western Mail, a long-time admirer of
Rochester Big & Tall, a US-based menswear
cataloguer/retailer, details why he’s such a fan of the company
(whose parent, Casual Male Group, is extending its reach
on this side of the Atlantic) and what UK merchants can learn
from it.

Yet another Fleet Street profile of Julia Reynolds, the new
chief of, in The Daily

DSGi parent company of PC World is to publish
own-brand PC games titles reports MCV.

The Cumberland News reports that Out of
Eden has extended the capacity of its warehouse. The new
facility will enable the hotel and guesthouse supplies
cataloguer to increase storage space from 350 pallets to more
than 1,000.


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