Deliverymen calculate the assembly // Growth of e-grocery slowed down

The e-grocery segment — food delivery from stores and dark stores — grew by almost 70% year-on-year in the second quarter of the year. But compared to January-March, the market saw a drop of almost 20% in monetary terms. Market participants explain this by seasonality and a decrease in investments by segment players. Experts note … Read more

Huawei seemed to buyers // Brand stores work, but do not sell

As Kommersant found out, Huawei stores do not even sell phones and laptops displayed in shop windows to visitors. Problems in the main part of the Russian retail of Huawei arose against the backdrop of a dispute between the store management company and the manufacturer. Kommersant’s sources say that Huawei has stopped direct deliveries of … Read more

School incompleteness // Yuri Litvinenko on the difficulties of choosing a computer for the school year

There are less than two weeks left before the start of the new school year, and by September 1, parents have been buying not only stationery, but also electronics by September 1. You can come up with different requirements for what store marketers call a “study computer.” But, in any case, it should definitely be … Read more

Shops in 17 districts of St. Petersburg sold alcohol bypassing the ban on the day of “Scarlet Sails”

On the day of the “Scarlet Sails” in St. Petersburg, the sale of alcohol-containing products was prohibited. Despite this, most of the city’s stores violated the “dry law”, the press service of the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reports. .

Perfume is running out of turnover

The desire of consumers to save money, a 30% increase in the cost of popular items and a reduction in the assortment do not allow perfumery and cosmetics stores to restore sales. In the first half of June, the turnover of such outlets was 12% lower than last year, and the number of purchases was … Read more

Duty free shops will open for those flying to the EAEU by August

Duty-free shops in late July-early August will begin selling goods for passengers flying to member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). This forecast was shared with Izvestia by a representative of the Eurasian Duty Free Association and a spokesman for the Aerodinamika group (which manages the airports of Sochi, Anapa and Krasnodar). The EAEU … Read more