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Posted At: 12 December 2008 00:51 AM
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Some of you will have found your way here by accident. I hope our SEO is working so that we’re pretty high up in the rankings for searches based around retailing, and that our profile has risen somewhat over the last few months enough to be drawing in some new readers. New readers will be confused, I imagine; 24 blogs in 24 days? SnapShop? Contacts Memberships? What now? Membership to what? I’m not paying to read a blog! Of course not. SnapShop is much more than just a blog…


Launched in 2005, SnapShop is your “One Stop Retail Intelligence Service”, and a bargain at that.

For £750 +VAT per year, you can get access to all this (don’t click away until you’ve read, it’s very impressive!):


  • Retail Industry News and a 2 year archive of press articles from all the top industry journals and research sources
  • The Contact details for key members of staff within the top high street retailers
  • Retailer store information; numbers, formats operated, sales densities and average sizes
  • Rent and letting information; where do retailers currently trade? How much are they paying? Are they in key ranked locations?
  • Retailer sales figures – group, UK, international and divisional, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly
  • Official company accounts for each retailer - analysed; P&L figures, ROTA estimations, other boring number stuff, and downloadable PDFs of full accounting documents, as filed with Companies House
  • Economic and retail statistic, including base rate graphs, house price trends, inflation…stuff, retail sales figures for Ireland and the UK, consumer confidence barometers and footfall statistics
  • The monthly news, stats and sales figure digest that is 'SnapShop Monthly'
  • And, of course, this blog…which, though it’s free for everyone, wouldn’t be possible without our wonderful subscribers and their continuous feedback!


Lets be honest, you’d be a fool to miss out. Your competitors certainly didn’t…

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