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

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 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

Official figures revealed that British consumers spent £810 million pounds in 2014 on one single day, making it the biggest shopping day of the year. That day was Black Friday; a US import that British consumers had barely heard of grew in the space of just 4 years into the biggest phenomenon that retailers experienced

Choosing a supplier that offers cloud and in-house IT, frees retailers to concentrate on their core business Eurostop has seen demand for cloud-based retail solutions increase significantly in 2015, with 75% of new customers selecting cloud. In a paper published today, Eurostop suggests that retailers should select a supplier that allows them to keep their

Sales on ‘Black Friday’ last year reached elevated levels, and with all the hype surrounding the day, retailers need to make sure that they are prepared to meet demand and customer expectations. Eurostop takes a look at some of the key facts and figures, and what retailers can do to prepare for the 27th November.

‘Cloud’ technology has been talked about since the mid 90s in various terms. Hosted, SAAS (Software as a service) and lately people have embraced the term CLOUD. The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) definition of cloud computing is “cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared

The man at the top – Richard Loh

Richard Loh, Founder and CEO of Eurostop, has a personal motto: “The higher you reach the closer you get to achieving your goals”. It is a maxim that inspired the software entrepreneur to build a global retail systems company with customers and offices in some of the most challenging and emerging markets. Growing up in


Eurostop UK Sales Profiles

As we begin the new year, we also welcome a new member to the Eurostop UK Sales team. Sam Beckwith has joined us to work alongside Phillip Moylan – Sales Manager and Marcus Ardeman – Sales Executive. Sam is our new Sales Co-ordinator. Having spent the last year travelling around Australia, on his return he