The end of the road for mid-market retailers?
The UK middle market in clothing could soon cease to exist according to new research. The traditional mass market is being squeezed by value-led retailers on the one hand and smaller fashion multiples on the other, forcing retailers such as Marks & Spencer and Next to adapt their business models to a hybrid of the two polar opposites.
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