Many successful online retailers are expanding their business into bricks and mortar stores, using the opportunity to retain and upsell to loyal customers while attracting new devotees to their brand. Here are the key things a retailer should consider before stepping across the bricks & mortar threshold. Image sourced from Stephen Brashear/Getty Images The relentless


Recently I read this blog about how bricks and mortar retail is in decline. There are some persuasive statistics to back up the byline, but personally I can’t help but feel excited about the potential of what is to come in physical retail spaces, if only retailers can get it right. Digital disruption need not


Richard Loh, CEO and founder of Eurostop, talks retail and planning for Brexit Retail is the bellwether for the state of the economy. If there’s a slow down the retail sector feels it first. Britain is used to dealing with difficult trading conditions, so how is Brexit any different? The biggest issue facing the retailer


Four key steps when looking to expand overseas – Richard Loh, CEO and Founder of Eurostop Ltd. offers his thoughts and tips on expansion overseas As a successful retailer operating your business in the UK you may well now be considering expanding overseas. We have worked with many retailers over the years who have done


Eurostop to implement certified Fiscalisation in Czech Republic. Several countries in Europe, Africa and South America have adopted electronic fiscal devices (EFDs) in their quest to combat noncompliance, particularly as regards sales and the value-added tax (VAT) payable on sales. Italy was the first country to publish fiscal legislation in 1983. Since then, other countries


Trading at events can be lucrative; overheads are generally lower than a fixed retail unit, plus the sheer variety and number of events ensures there are opportunities for many types of business to sell its products. Events offer huge opportunities for companies to market their wares to a captive audience and can be a great


For sporting fans, the summer of 2016 is set to be a glorious time. From annual events such as Wimbledon, the rugby union summer series, Tour de France and cricket one-day events through to the Olympics and UEFA Euro championships, a horizon of sporting promise awaits. Marcus Ardeman of Eurostop explains how to make the


Eurostop in a connected world

Eurostop’s award winning connected retail suite could help you to provide an omni channel customer experience and optimise your business performance In a connected world, your customers expect a connected customer retail experience. The digital revolution means that shoppers don’t shop either online or instore, but zig zag across both channels researching and interacting with


Mobile POS solutions do much more than just help retailers beat the queues and process more transactions – they improve the customer experience from start to finish. Marcus Ardeman, Sales Executive at Eurostop explains. At busy shopping times like Christmas, Black Friday, Easter, and sale times, many retailers consider what options they can employ to


Eurostop publishes paper providing guidance to retailers, based on conversations with its customers Eurostop identified that their retail customers that took part in Black Friday 2014 reported healthy growth figures from participating in the one-day event. This correlates with the official figures, which revealed British consumers spent £810 million pounds during Black Friday, making it