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Crowdfunding

Top 10 crowdfunded drinks trade initiatives Subscription

12 Jan 2015 | By Laura Vickers

The rise in crowdfunding proves that in today’s business world, the customer is more powerful and more vocal than ever before – and the drinks trade has been quick to capitalise. Laura Vickers reports on 10 recent stand-out fund-raising initiatives of the past two years

Suppliers Survey

Up to 95% of suppliers demand retailers change the way they work with them Subscription

09 Jan 2015 | By Gemma McKenna

Up to 95% of the 200 suppliers who took part in our survey into the behaviour of major UK retailers want them to change. Here Gemma McKenna reveals what suppliers really think of the big multiples

Demystifying Ecommerce Wine

Over 40% of Brits will buy wine online this Christmas, says Harpers new e-commerce report

05 Dec 2014 | By Richard Siddle

    Over 40% of Brits will buy their Christmas wine online this year, according to a new report published today by Harpers Wine & Spirit.

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Naked Wines' founder Rowan Gormley

Naked Wines is UK's most popular specialist online wine retailer, says Harpers new report

05 Dec 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Naked Wines is the most popular specialist online wine retailer in the UK, according to a new Harpers report published today that examines the online shopping habits of British consumers.

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Young people want more wine promotions in the on-trade

On-trade losing thousands of pounds in wine sales says new Harpers consumer report

08 Aug 2014 | By Richard Siddle

  The UK on-trade is potentially losing out on thousands of pounds of trade a day because of its inability to sell wine effectively, according to a new exclusive report publsihed today by Harpers Wine & Spirit.  

Harpers new on-trade repot: Demystifying Restaurant Bar Consumers

Harpers new consumer report reveals key wine trends in the UK on-trade

08 Aug 2014 | By Richard Siddle

In the second of our exclusive consumer reports, Harpers turns the spotlight on drinking trends in the UK on-trade and finds out what the average Brit thinks of the wine in their glass and what attracts them, or not, to ordering wine when out and out about compared to other drinks  

New Zealand is pursuing new avenues when it comes to white grape varieties

New Zealand looks to break away from Sauvignon Blanc Subscription

09 Jan 2015 | By Anne Krebiehl MW

New Zealand maintains a privileged, premium position in the UK market and is working hard to shake its over-reliance on Sauvignon Blanc by introducing new styles. Anne Krebiehl MW reports

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