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Mapping of UK retail landscape

Mapping of UK retail landscape

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  • Data taken from various Verdict reports; references on request. 2010/2011 figures given when available.
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  • Retail Sectors
    • Top 10 Grocery Retailers 2010/11
    • Tesco £40.1Bn, 2687 stores
    • Asda £21.3Bn, 552 stores
    • Sainsbury’s £21.1Bn, 934 stores
    • Morrisons £16.5Bn, 439 stores
    • Co-operative £7.5 Bn, 2883 stores
    • Waitrose £5Bn, 268 stores
    • M&S (Food) £4.5Bn, 365 stores
    • Lidl £2.4Bn, 590 stores
    • Iceland £2.3Bn, 742 stores
    • Aldi £2.2Bn, 450 stores
    • Top 9 Department Stores 2010/11
    • M&S £8.7Bn, 705 stores
    • John Lewis £2.7Bn, 32 stores
    • Debenhams £2.1Bn, 154 stores
    • House of Fraser £1.1Bn, 63 stores
    • Harrods £881M, 1 store
    • Selfridges £751M, 4 stores
    • Fenwick £361M, 11 stores
    • Harvey Nichols £192M, 6 stores
    • Beales £87M, 13 stores
    • Top 4 DIY Retailers 2009/2010
    • B&Q £3.9Bn, 330 stores
    • HomeBase £1.6Bn, 349 stores
    • Wickes £960M, 200 stores
    • GC Group £194M, 123 stores
    • Top 3 Pharmacies 2010/2011
    • Boots £6.7Bn, 2472 stores
    • Lloydspharmacy £1.8Bn, 1675 stores
    • Superdrug £1.1Bn, 908 stores
    • Top 10 Menswear Stores 2009/10
    • M&S £894M, 690 stores
    • Next £590M, 491 stores
    • Arcadia £325M, 2509 stores
    • Primark £309M, 136 stores
    • Debenhams £303M, 144 store
    • Asda £300M, 371 stores
    • TK Maxx £277M, 214 stores
    • Matalan £208M, 206 stores
    • River Island £190M, 240 stores
    • Sports Direct £184M, 359 stores
    • * Menswear Sales Only
    • Top 5 Furniture Retailers 2009/2010
    • Argos £4.3Bn, 745 stores
    • B&Q £3.9Bn, 321 stores
    • John Lewis £2.4Bn, 29 stores
    • Homebase £1.6Bn, 349 stores
    • IKEA £1.2Bn, 18 stores
    • Top 10 Womenswear Stores 2009/10
    • M&S £1.9Bn, 690 stores
    • Arcadia £1.6Bn, 2509 stores
    • Next £1.1M, 517 stores
    • Primark £933M, 143 stores
    • Asda £630M, 382 store
    • New Look £627M, 602 stores
    • Debenhams £490M, 150 stores
    • Matalan £465M, 206 stores
    • TK Maxx £450M, 237 stores
    • Tesco £346M, 2482 stores
    • * Womenswear Sales Only
    • Top 5 Electronic Stores 2009/2010
    • Argos £4.3Bn, 745 stores
    • Dixons £4Bn, 683 stores
    • John Lewis £2.4Bn, 29 stores
    • Comet £1.7Bn, 248 stores
    • GAME £1.1Bn, 677 stores
    • Top 10 Websites By Purchase Visits 2010
    • Amazon
    • eBay
    • Tesco
    • Argos
    • Play.com
    • John Lewis
    • Asda
    • Next
    • Marks &Spencer
    • Currys
    Top 10 account for 53% of ‘purchase visit’ traffic!
  • Top 10 Retailers Turnover= £40.1Bn, 2,687 stores The UK= 67.6% total revenues in FY2010. Turnover= £21.3Bn, 552 stores Turnover= £16.5Bn, 439 stores Goods in Store: £12.9Bn Fuel: £3.4Bn Other: £116 M Turnover= £6.7Bn, 2472 stores The UK= 44.5% total revenues in FY2010 Turnover = £8.7Bn, 705 stores Food: £4.5Bn Home: £488.2M Turnover= £7.7Bn, 300 stores FY2010: £6.7Bn Waitrose: £4.3Bn John Lewis: £2.4Bn Turnover = £21.1Bn, 934 stores Operations= Retailing, financial services (Sainsbury's Bank JV), and property investment (British Land JV and Land Securities JV). Turnover: 7.5Bn, 2,883 Stores £4.3Bn £1.6Bn Business divisions= Argos (72.2% total revenues FY2010), Homebase (26.1%) and financial services (1.7%). Turnover= £4.1Bn, 683 stores