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Marks & Spencer launches on Amazon.in

Marks & Spencer launches on Amazon.in

New Delhi [India], Mar 3 : Marks & Spencer (M&S), the iconic British brand, has today launched on India's largest online store, Amazon.in, making it even more convenient for customers across India to shop its quality clothing and beauty ranges.

From today, Indian customers can now shop circa 1,000 Marks and Spencer products across Womenswear, Lingerie, Menswear, Kidswear and Beauty via amazon.in or marks&spencer.

Customers will also be able to shop Marks & Spencer cosmetics online for the first time in India, with 220 lines available exclusively on Amazon.in.

In Women's wear, customers can choose from key pieces from the spring range including stylish floral dresses with feminine detailing; authentic, fitted denim; and that must-have soft-touch trench coat.

Marks & Spencer unveils its first Indian wine

Jewel-of-NasikNew Delhi, May 23 : British retailer Marks & Spencer has collaborated with India's wine producer Sula Vineyards for a new offering, Jewel of Nasik.

Jewel of Nasik has three variants - Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel Rose and Tempranillo Shiraz - available in 250 stores across Britain.

"We are thrilled to be the first Indian wine to feature in the selection of the world renowned retailer Marks and Spencer," Rajeev Samant, founder and CEO, Sula Vineyards, said in a statement.

Emma Dawson, Marks & Spencer's wine buyer, is also excited about offering customers the brand's first Indian wines.

Marks & Spencer to record another fall in sales

Marks-and-SpencerUK's clothing retailer, Marks & Spencer is expected to record another fall in sales, indicating that the retailer is facing difficulties even as it is focusing on reviving business during the previous few months.

Marks & Spencer’s to announce festive trading update on Thursday

Marks SpencerLargest retail chain in the UK, Marks & Spencer's is expected to announce its festive trading update on Thursday while analysts have said that the company might record discouraging results.

Bolland, the chief executive of Marks & Spencer's is expecting encouraging figures following this winter shopping season as analysts raised doubts over the company's strategy to focus on younger shoppers instead of its older target group. Bolland had taken over from Sir Stuart Rose in the summer of 2010 and is facing intense pressure to turn around business at the fashion retail chain.

Bolland faces pressure over festive business figures

Marc BollandMarc Bolland, the chief executive of Marks & Spencer's is expecting encouraging figures following this winter shopping season as analysts raised doubts over the company's strategy to focus on younger shoppers instead of its older target group.

Marks & Spencer to close distribution centre at Mallusk

Marks & Spencer to close distribution centre at MalluskRetailer, Marks & Spencer has indicated that it is planning to close down a distribution centre at Mallusk in Newtownabbey, County Antrim, putting more than a hundred jobs at risk.

Marks & Spencer to record 1.5% fall in clothing sales

Marks & Spencer to record 1.5% fall in clothing salesUK's leading high street retailer, Marks & Spencer is expected to record a fall of 1.5 per cent in clothing sales during 13 weeks till June compared to a fall of 4.1 per cent during the same period of the previous year indicating that the sales are beginning to stabilise.

Marks & Spencer to offer 1,400 work experience placements

Marks & Spencer to offer 1,400 work experience placementsUK retailer, MARKS & Spencer has said that it will offer more than 1,400 work experience placements to young people aged 16 to 25.

The retailer said that the young recruits will participate in the four-week programme of unpaid work in a company store. The company has joined forces with Prince's Trust to take on the rising unemployment in the economy. The joint initiative is aimed at addressing the lack of skills and experience that prevent people from finding jobs.

Marks and Spencer supports ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’

Marks and Spencer supports ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’Retailing giant, Marks and Spencer's outlet in Bluewater is backing an initiative referred to as the, `World's Biggest Coffee Morning', which aims to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Cafe manager Liz Wills will host a series of competitions including a baking competition and also offer girt cards to the winners. The children will be able to participate in an event allowing them to decorate their own biscuits and cakes. Each visitor to the outlet will get a free shot of coffee and can also get a soothing hand massage at the pamper bar.

Sales in “Marks & Spencer” rise in the first quarter of this year

Sales in “Marks & Spencer” rise in the first quarter of this yearThe shares of the firm Marks & Spencer are still under pressure despite the fact that the retailer firm has posted its third quarterly rise in sales in a row.

The sales of the firm raised by 4.4% over last 13 weeks up to 3rd July, which helped the new chief executive of M&S, Marc Bolland to get off to a solid start.

The new chief executive has said that they have continued to raise the market share across all parts of their business.

Marks & Spencer still on cautious notes

Marks & Spencer still on cautious notesDespite the growing and increasing sales for Marks & Spencer the renowned retailer, that has been entailed by the celebrity endorsements from the moves of the England football team and the ex-player Jamie Redknapp along with the World Cup, the newly joined boss Marc Bolland, expressed that the latest budget has crafted the company to mark on the cautious notes related to the outlook for consumer confidence and expenditures.

Marc Bolland to get £15 million first year pay as M&S boss

Marc Bolland to get £15 million first year pay as M&S bossScheduled to join Marks & Spencer (M&S) as the new Chief Executive in May this year, Marc Bolland will receive a hefty £15 million package in the first year of his joining. Bolland has moved from Morrisons to M&S.

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