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The shops that make us buy activity icon

Society, Politics & Law 

The shops that make us buy

What tricks of the trade do shops employ to make us dig deep into our pockets and spend our hard-earned cash?

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Money & Business 

History of online retail

How has online shopping grown since 1995? What happened when? How many of us were online, and where we could shop?

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Diploma of Higher Education in Retail Management

Retail is a dynamic, global industry – with innovative new markets constantly emerging to keep pace with increasingly sophisticated consumer behaviour. This diploma course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in this competitive world. You’ll gain a clear understanding of the key management functions of a retail business and its trading environments, together with a sound knowledge of business disciplines. From an organisational viewpoint, you’ll study retail operations; processes; structures and cultures; and wider considerations such as trading relationships, environments, and markets – investigating how all these inform retail management practices. From an individual viewpoint, you’ll explore the management and development of people within and beyond the organisation. The Diploma of Higher Education in Retail Management will also help you develop an understanding of concepts and analytical approaches, problem-solving skills, and practical and professional skills that will enhance employability.

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Foundation Degree in Retail Management

Retail is a dynamic, global industry – with innovative new markets constantly emerging to keep pace with increasingly sophisticated consumer behaviour. This foundation degree course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in this competitive world. You’ll gain a clear understanding of the key management functions of a retail business and its trading environments, together with a sound knowledge of business disciplines. From an organisational viewpoint, you will study retail operations; processes; structures and cultures; and wider considerations such as trading relationships, environments, and markets – investigating how all these inform retail management practices. From an individual viewpoint, you’ll explore the management and development of people within and beyond the organisation. The Foundation Degree in Retail Management will also help you develop an understanding of concepts and analytical approaches, problem-solving skills, and practical and professional skills that will enhance employability.

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Why limited-time offers make shoppers say 'bye now', not 'buy now' article icon

Money & Business 

Why limited-time offers make shoppers say 'bye now', not 'buy now'

Pressurising customers to make their mind up is more likely to cost a sale than create one.

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Money & Business 

Employee-owned firms: More engaged and productive employees?

Do employee-owned firms produce more positive employee behavioural outcomes? If not, why not?

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Money & Business 

What would it take to save British Home Stores?

Could BHS be saved? Maybe, says, Robert MacIntosh - but it would take a brave team to take it on.

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Battered, Hurt, ...Shutting? Why has BHS struggled on the high street? article icon

Money & Business 

Battered, Hurt, ...Shutting? Why has BHS struggled on the high street?

The once-mighty BHS is stumbling, and the money may soon run out. Leigh Sparks explains how a High Street stalwart can come so badly unstuck.

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Science, Maths & Technology 

10 things from 2006 that didn't have the staying power of OpenLearn

In October 2016, OpenLearn will turn 10. To get the celebrations started, we look back at 10 trends from 2006 that didn't quite make it to 2016...

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Business Bursts: Supply chain

Business School academics look at different approaches to supply chain, exploring brands such as Mini and WH Smith

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Business Bursts: Branding

Your brand is more than a logo. Business Bursts explains the value of a brand—and how to cherish one.

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5 mins
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Money & Business 

The challenges of ethical trading - perspective of a retailer

Derek Jackson gives the retail perspective on the impact of ethical trading in the clothing market.

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