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A4 Large Portrait 12 inches or 305 mm 8.5 inches or 215 mm 1.5 inches or 38 mm
A4 Large Landscape 8.5 inches or 215 mm 12 inches or 305 mm 1.5 inches or 38 mm
A5 Medium Landscape 6 inches or 155 mm 8.5 inches or 215 mm 1.5 inches or 38 mm
A5 Medium Portrait 8.5 inches or 215 mm 6 inches or 155 mm 1.5 inches or 35 mm
A6 Small Landscape 4.5 inches or 114 mm 6 inches or 155 mm 1 inch or 25 mm
A6 Small Portrait 6 inches or 155 mm 4. 5 inches or 114 mm 1 inch or 25 mm

 

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 A4 Large 297 mm or 11.5 inches approx. 205 mm or 8 inches approx. 64 pages
A5 Medium 210 mm or 8.25 inches approx. 145 mm or 5.75 inches approx. 56 pages
A6 Small  150 mm or 6 inches approx. 100 mm or 4 inches approx. 48 pages
A7 Pocket 106 mm or 4.25 inches approx. 72 mm or 2.75 inches approx. 40 pages

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90,000 Newspapers and magazines in England

Newspapers and magazines were the first mass media. However, earlier newspaper circulation was limited by the possibilities of their transportation and distribution, illiteracy of the population and censorship. But over the past two centuries, an expanded educational system, de-censorship, new printing technologies and the small size of the UK have eradicated these difficulties and created an independent print media system.

The rise in literacy after 1870 provided newspaper owners with a rapidly growing market.This led to an increase in the popularity of newspapers and magazines, which were previously available only to the middle and class and high society. Print media began to be used not only for news, information and communication, but also for entertainment, which inevitably led to an increase in the income of newspaper owners. New varieties of print media developed rapidly in a fertile atmosphere of competition in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, fueled by the development of advertising. Print owners have also realized the political and social role a newspaper or magazine can play.

NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS

The nationwide newspapers in the UK are newspapers that are delivered to all regions of the country on the same day, including weekends. Most newspapers are delivered directly to the subscriber’s doorstep by postmen. The well-developed internal transport and communications system of a relatively small country has allowed a unique national print media system to develop, as opposed to a situation where the sheer size and geography of a country is often the main obstacle.

The first British newspapers with a circulation sufficient for the literate population of the entire country appeared in the early eighteenth century, followed by newspapers such as The Times (1785), The Observer (1791) and The Sunday Times. (1822). But most of these newspapers were newspapers targeting Britain’s relatively small, educated population, concentrated mainly in London.

In the nineteenth century, population growth and composition determined the types of newspapers published.The first nationwide popular newspapers were deliberately printed on Sundays, such as News of the World (1843) and People (1881). They were cheap and designed for the growing literate working class. In 1896, Alfred Harmsworth began printing the Daily Mail, which targeted the lower middle class and served as a more affordable substitute for “quality” newspapers for the high society. Harmsworth then launched the Daily Mirror in 1903, which targeted the working class, a highly popular market.Both newspapers were soon selling over a million copies a day.

The early twentieth century was the era of mass circulation newspapers and dynasties of newspaper owners such as Narmsworth and Arthur Pearson. There was fierce competition between them for a large market share. Pearson’s Morning Herald, which was later renamed the Daily Express, was formed in 1900 to compete with the Daily Mail for the lower middle class market. The Daily Express later changed direction, becoming a working-class newspaper in the 1950s to attract more readers.

The Daily Mirror became the nation’s best-selling newspaper in the early twentieth century. It was an active supporter of the Labor Party and was specifically designed to be read quickly and easily by readers from the working class, which was quickly becoming politicized. The Daily Herald (1911) also supported the Labor Party before it changed hands in 1964, was renamed the Sun, and significantly changed the views on political and social life in the country.The competition between Sun, Express and Mirror continues to this day: each newspaper wants to capture a large share of the yellow press market. There are still battles between newspaper owners, who are now huge corporations or publishing houses.

The difference between today and the early twentieth century lies perhaps in the quality of popular newspapers. The success of the early popular press was partly due to an increase in the literacy of the population, partly the true thirst for knowledge and information that the working class felt, and partly the increased political literacy among workers created by the rise of the Labor Party.Newspaper owners have obviously made significant profits in such a huge market, but they have also provided for the need. The price and content of mainstream newspapers were calculated for the lower middle class and the working class. This trend attracted a large number of advertisers, and newspaper owners could print newspapers inexpensively using modern printing techniques and a ubiquitous distribution system.

Nationwide newspaper circulation increased significantly in the early twentieth century, and it is known that by 1920, about 5.5 million newspapers were sold daily in the country.By 1973, that figure had increased to 17 million. But newspapers and other print media had to compete first with radio and film, and later with television. Although they survived with significant circulation, there has been a steady decline in daily sales of national and other newspapers since the early 1970s. Circulation of some newspapers remained constant, while others either increased or decreased in the grip of fierce competition, as a result of which some newspapers were closed.

However, more newspapers are sold per capita in the UK than in any other country.It is known that two out of three people over 15 years old read the national daily newspaper, and almost three out of four people read the Sunday newspaper. National newspapers have a circulation of about 14 million on weekdays and about 17 million on Sundays, although the total number of readers (family members, etc.) is much larger than the numbers provided.

The UK’s national press, with 11 daily newspapers and 10 Sunday newspapers, is based in London, where both newspaper offices and printing presses are located.Most of these were previously located on Fleet Street in central London, a street that was the center of the national print industry. But now all the newspapers have left this street, moving to other areas of London, for example, the docks or even outside London. The reasons for this relocation were high rentals of premises, fierce competition and rejection of new printing technologies by trade unions.

In the 1970s and 1980s, all newspapers and magazines had to adjust to rising production costs and technological improvements in the printing industry and office management.The expenses associated with these events had to be “swallowed” during the struggle for a place in the market.

Large labor costs in the printing industry have often been attributed to the large number of redundant workers and the protective action of trade unions, especially in London. This situation has forced newspaper owners to look at new ways to increase labor productivity while reducing costs. Using new printing technology to accelerate this process led to job cuts and union opposition, which in turn led to dire production losses.The new methods allow journalists to submit articles to print without the old way of typing the text. This important change means owners now have more flexibility in their printing and distribution methods, as well as lower costs. The new methods also allowed them to avoid the former dominance of trade unions and the concentration of production in London.

Regional newspaper owners outside London are pioneers in putting new technologies into practice.They eventually forced the London printing industry to follow suit. The Times tried to install new equipment but was not allowed to do so by the union. The newspaper was closed for 11 months (1979-80) in an attempt to pressure trade unions, but this attempt failed. The newspaper was then sold to a new owner, who, after protracted union problems, fired all printers and moved the newspaper and its other newspapers to east London. Then he recruited only those workers who were willing to work with the new equipment.These actions were not accepted by the union, whose members were picketing the new plant. But other newspapers were forced to follow The Times’ lead in order to survive.

New printing technology, improved distribution system and lower production costs have increased the profitability of the press and the printing industry as a whole. Despite the competition with other media, the market for newspapers and printed products is still growing. Ethnic minorities in the UK, for example, print their own newspapers and magazines, whose circulation is growing and the quality is improving.Among many others, a large number of Jewish, Asian, Indian, Chinese and Arab newspapers are published.

An emphasis on information technology and news gathering provided the background for the 1984 sale of Reuters to private owners. Reuters is a London-based news agency founded in 1851 that is traditionally used as a news source by newspapers and journalists.

The print market is still competitive and newspapers can suffer from a variety of difficulties.But even the significant risk did not deter those who decided to create new newspapers. For example, the new newspaper “Today” was published in April 1986, and continues to be published after serious difficulties with circulation and technology. A new “quality” newspaper, The Independent, appeared in October 1986 and has survived despite declining circulation. Sunday newspapers such as The Independent on Sunday (1990), together with Friday’s European, have successfully launched and continue to appear. But a number of other newspapers that have opened over the years have also quickly closed.

National newspapers are usually classified as “quality” and “popular” according to their format and content. “Quality” newspapers are published on large format sheets, write in detail about national or international news, analyze current events in politics and culture in articles and notes. “Popular” newspapers are published on small format sheets, broadcast relatively little actual news, and mainly publish sensational or scandalous materials.The vocabulary of such newspapers is very limited, the emphasis is on quick reading of the material. This is not to say that popular newspapers are worried about the intellectual and psychological state of their readers. But newspaper owners and editors often argue that their readers demand a particular style of writing, interests, and attitudes.

The circulations and sales of popular newspapers significantly exceed the indicators of “quality” competitors, both Sunday and daily.Quality newspapers are more expensive than popular newspapers and have rich advertisers, which allows you to profit from them. Popular newspapers print fewer advertisements, but have a larger circulation. National newspapers in 1992 took almost 15% of all advertising money in the country.

The British press, which is financially independent of political parties, is often accused of conciliation and the expression of the same views. But this is not so: in fact, it covers the various political interests of society.

The Morning Star, an independent Marxist newspaper associated with the British Communist Party, promotes its political philosophy but has a very modest circulation. Most other newspapers also have strong political views and may support a particular political party, especially during the election campaign. It is often argued that the vast majority of British newspapers are center-right and sympathetic to the Conservative Party.Some, such as the Mirror, support the Labor Party, others, such as The Times and The Independent, consider themselves independent newspapers, and still others, like the Guardian, sympathize with the center-left parties.

In practice, the British get a wide variety of views on current events from newspapers. There is no control or censorship of the press, although there are unwritten laws of the genre with which the press tries to regulate itself and its behavior.

Since the press does not receive any subsidies from the state, it depends on its circulation, on the advertisers it can attract and on the financial assistance of the owners.A newspaper can be in serious trouble if advertisers do not fund it. But large circulations do not necessarily guarantee the required number of advertisers and, therefore, the state of the newspaper, because nowadays advertisers are paying more attention to television, where they can benefit from a wider audience. Most popular newspapers, which do not make a lot of advertising revenue, are constantly competing with their rivals to increase their sales. They use tricks like charades and contests, price cuts, or clear editorial policies designed to attract large readership.Owners can refuse to help unprofitable newspapers. Many newspapers in the twentieth century ceased publication due to declining circulation, loss of advertisers, denial of financial aid, and a combination of the three.

REGIONAL NEWSPAPERS

Regional or provincial newspapers are newspapers that appear outside London. Excluding the nationwide printing industry, London itself has one major newspaper, the Evening Standard, with a daily circulation of about 476,000, in addition to about 100 local weeklies, dailies and evening papers in the Greater London boroughs.

Outside London, a large number of regional newspapers are published in cities and towns. They contain a mixture of local and government news and are supported by local advertisers. The regional press is the second largest advertising market after television. In 1992, it accounted for 21% of the total advertising market in the UK.

Some of the best-known local newspapers, such as The Scotsman (Edinburgh) and the Glasgow Herald in Scotland, the Western Mail in Cardiff, Wales and the Yorkshire Post (Leeds) in England, have a solid reputation and great circulation not only in your region, but throughout the country.

The relatively recent rise in free newspapers in the regions, usually published by local printers and funded by local advertisers, indicates a new trend in newspaper publishing. In these newspapers, the number of advertisements far exceeds the number of articles; however, the weekly circulation of these newspapers is estimated at 35 million copies.

PERIODIC PUBLICATIONS AND MAGAZINES

There are over 7 thousand different periodicals and magazines in the UK, which are published weekly, monthly or quarterly.They cover the vast majority of business interests, professions, sports, hobbies and interests, and target a variety of markets and educational levels. It is very difficult to break into this established market with something new. Some attempts, of course, may be successful, but the vast majority do not succeed. For example, color picture news magazines do not exist in the UK because they could not compete with television and existing magazines.

Among the main serious weekly magazines are “New Statesman and Society” (political journal of the left parties, which also comments on events in society), “Economist” (economics magazine) “Spectator” (conservative magazine) and “New Scientist”.The Times publishes several influential weeklies such as Educational Supplement, Higher Education Supplement and Literary Supplement. A less serious part of the market is filled with publications such as Private Eye, which ridicules and attacks what it considers to be the flaws of British society.

Competition in the market for magazines for women and teenagers is very fierce. Very few new projects survive the first few releases. Women’s magazines such as “Woman” and “Woman’s Own” sell very large circulations.But the weekly “Radio Times” and “TV Times”, which contain articles and timetables for the BBC and independent television, are gaining record circulations. Other magazines cover a variety of interests such as computers, travel, gardening, railways, architecture, and more.

Dodo Pizza opened the first fast-gourmet pizzeria in the UK

17 December 2020, 05:12

Fedor Ovchinnikov’s company Dodo Brands has opened the first corporate outlet of Dodo Pizza in the UK.Prior to that, there were four franchise enterprises operating in the country: one in Brighton, which opened back in 2017, one in Coventry and two in Walsall. The company plans to open up to 50 locations in the UK by 2023.

The new pizzeria is located in the resort town in the central part of England Leamington Spa. It will only work for delivery and takeaway.

The main difference between the restaurant and other Dodo outlets in the country lies in the updated concept. Here they will cook gourmet pizza on the Roman air dough with original toppings.“In the UK there is a developed market for food delivery in general, and specifically for the pizza market. First of all, we plan to build up at the expense of an unusual, higher quality product, ”says Ekaterina Landyreva, leader of the project for launching the first corporate Dodo Pizza in Great Britain. – We use ingredients that you don’t expect to see in pizza: for example, pizza with lobster and mango, which is unusual, but insanely delicious. And at the same time it will be accessible. ”

The restaurant menu has three thematic sections of pizza: classic (for example, Queen Margarita, The Six Cheese, Double Pepperoni), refined (Portobello and truffle, Oh my Goat – with goat cheese) , branded (“Lobster and mango”, “K-Pep” – with kimchi and shichimi togarashi).The pizza is prepared in two sizes: small and medium. Prices range from £ 5.99 to £ 11.99. In addition, there are snacks, soft drinks, beer, cider, wine and ice cream on the menu.

The time in the oven for a Roman pizza is 2.5 minutes, while for a regular one it is 4.5 minutes. Due to this, the delivery time will be reduced: the pizza will be delivered in less than 30 minutes. “In the UK market, speed is important and we are cutting delivery times. We will try to gain time due to the efficiency of operational processes and bicycle deliveries, ”adds Ekaterina Landyreva.At the same time, Dodo will not cooperate with local food delivery aggregators. It will be possible to place an order on the website or through an application developed on the basis of the Dodo IS platform.

Under the concept at Leamington Spa, Dodo has developed a new visual communication style to meet the high design standards adopted in the UK. The Russian agency The Clients worked on the identity. Castdev research was done by UXSSR.

“At the first, strategic stage, an important insight was found – the United Kingdom is now more divided than ever before.And pizza is a product that absolutely everyone loves, uniting people with any worldview, political views or sports preferences. This is how the idea of ​​unification appeared, which ran like a red thread through the entire style, – comments the design director of The Clients Liza Kapysh. – We were inspired by radically opposite visual codes. On the one hand, there is a friendly, playful style with naive illustrations. On the other hand, it is laconic, based on elegant typography, inspired by the aesthetics of “classic” restaurants.Our challenge was to combine these two realities in one design to convey the concept of fast gourmet. ” Kapysh compares the resulting style to the facade of a traditional British house, painted with graffiti.

In 2021, Dodo Pizza plans to launch five new fast-gourmet restaurants in the region: in Banbury, Oxford, Warwick, Cheltenham Spa or Stratford-upon-Avon. The dough for the new establishments will be supplied from a pizzeria in Leamington Spa.

Sales of the fast gourmet concept franchise are scheduled for early 2022, after format testing has been completed.By 2023, Dodo Pizza plans to open up to 50 pizzerias in the UK. “In the next few years, we want to focus on development in the UK,” says Fyodor Ovchinnikov, founder and CEO of Dodo Brands. – This is one of the largest pizza delivery markets in Europe. Yes, the market is highly competitive, but we are confident that there is room for new players. We see great potential both in the market and in our new product ”.

UK QBI B3 – Problems when adding a journal entry with TaxCodeRef

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90,000: Technology and media :: RBK

The owner of Vokrug Sveta, Sergei Vasiliev, is ready to sell the magazine to Viktor Shkulev and the American Hearst.If the deal does not go through, the publication will be closed

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The management of the publishing house “Vokrug Sveta” decided to temporarily suspend the release of the paper version of the magazine of the same name “due to the systematic reduction of the print media market,” Svetlana Golovatyuk, the general director of the publishing house, told RBC.At the same time, she added that the publishing house is negotiating the sale of Vokrug Sveta so that the magazine can still be published in the year of its 160th anniversary.

Negotiations on the sale are underway with the Hearst Shkulev Group, which is 80% owned by Viktor Shkulev and 20% by the American company Hearst, Golovatyuk specified. Shkulev, in turn, told RBC that “Around the World” will be published further, the next issue will be released in February 2021 – “the magazine has good prospects.” Shkulev did not comment on the very fact of the negotiations.An RBC source close to Vokrug Sveta assures that negotiations are at the final stage.

The current owner of Vokrug Sveta is Sergei Vasiliev, chairman of the board of directors of the National Advertising Alliance, a seller of advertisements on almost all Russian TV. Previously, Vasiliev was the general director of both the alliance itself and the Video International group, on the basis of which a single seller of TV advertising was created.

On Tuesday, December 1, Vasiliev told RBC that he decided to stop publishing Vokrug Sveta in 2021: “print media in today’s world can only survive in a large flock”.

“Around the World” publishes materials about travel, historical events, scientific discoveries and technical achievements. In 2012, it received the status of the official journal of the Russian Geographical Society, whose board of trustees is chaired by President Vladimir Putin.

90,000 UK Marketplaces. Top 20 online export sites.

Where to sell your products in England? What international and local UK marketplaces may be available to foreign sellers? We have prepared a database of key marketplaces working for both the domestic and foreign markets.

In this review, we will not dwell on Amazon, Ebay, Etsy or Zalando, this is a separate topic that we will cover in a separate article. Let’s focus on sites that you may not have heard of before, but that have great potential for your export business.

What is the advantage of UK online marketplaces?

Great Britain is a global brand, 87% of respondents worldwide indicated that without hesitation they would buy products from an online store from England.Trust is the main engine of international e-commerce, so more and more often we come across strategies when the global expansion of brands starts with Foggy Albion.

About 30% of the turnover of the internal online market is accounted for by purchases of foreign customers with delivery to the EU and worldwide. And if you want to initially capture a wider global audience then UK marketplaces will be the perfect element in your strategy. Because you get not only the attention of local consumers but also access to a large share of buyers all over the world.

European marketplaces with UK division

Since the UK is the most attractive market in Europe, literally every European marketplace strives to organize distribution directly throughout Britain, using local domains and active promotion within the country. These sites are:

Marketplace Niche
feelunique.com Cosmetics
manomano.com Wide range
spartoo.com Fashion
vestiairecollective.com Luxury Fashion segment
veepee.fr Flash
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vidaxl.com Home, Garden and Vegetable Garden
clasohlson.com Wide assortment
coolshop.com Wide assortment
vogacloset.com Middle East oriented

UK Furniture Marketplaces

A special category that develops thanks to foreign marketplaces is household goods and furniture, in particular, the most active world platforms have a very large share in the British market and invest hundreds of millions of dollars in promotion domestically:

  • houzz.com
  • wish.com
  • vidaxl.com

Influence of American platforms

If you are already selling on American marketplaces, you have access to the UK home market.A large number of British people use online stores and platforms in the United States to shop online. This applies not only to the global market leaders, Amazon and eBay.

So walmart.com is the third largest sales channel in America with 8 million monthly visits from England. Of course, this cannot be a substitute for a full-fledged entry into the market, but it is an excellent alternative to the start of sales.

International Marketplaces

As we indicated above, connecting to the considered online trading platforms opens up not only the domestic market for everything, but also access to a large number of international and European buyers.Below are some of the largest UK marketplaces trading on the global stage:

In the second part of the article, we will consider local marketplaces (go to the list by the link)

Marketplace.asos.com

Subject: clothing, footwear, accessories.

The resource was launched in 2010 with just 20 sellers and has since become the leading online platform for independent brands and vintage boutiques. Regularly working around the world with new exclusive brands, today the marketplace presents more than 800 boutiques from all over the world – from Belarus to Bulgaria, from Australia to Austria.

On average, the marketplace is visited by 1.17 million users per month. The UK has the largest share (41%), followed by American buyers (10.40%). The share of visitors from Australia, Denmark, France is also high, each of which has 5% of the total traffic.

How to sell on marketplace.asos.com?

  • Register Online
  • Create a Business PayPal Account
  • Sell either your own lines or a real vintage collection (Y2K or older)
  • List your items for sale.You can start with just five SKUs. Five images are allowed for each product and you must ensure that your images comply with the photography guidelines. Items of clothing must be on the model, but for accessories, all images may be without the model, showing only the product.
  • The platform charges a 20% commission on every sale.

Farfetch.com

Subject: clothing, footwear, accessories.

Farfetch Limited – positions itself as a technology company in the fashion segment.The goal is to unite designers, boutiques and buyers on one site. José Neves founded the company in 2007 and in 2008 launched an online platform for stores and brands focused on brands in the “mid +” price segment. Today, the marketplace gives shoppers from 190 countries access to over 1200 brands.

Site traffic is 21.67 million users per month. The maximum number of visitors is in the United States (23%), Russia and the UK have 8 and 9 percent of monthly traffic, respectively.Germany and Australia close the top five visitor countries, accounting for 4-6% of total views.

How to sell on farfetch.com?

Send an email to [email protected] with detailed information about your company and an active link to your website. After that, the company will decide on cooperation.

Lyst.com

Subject: clothing, footwear, accessories.

Lyst began when founders Chris Morton and Seb Trepka decided to create a way for people to find the stylish things they’ve always wanted.Now the largest global fashion search platform Lyst allows you to simultaneously search thousands of online stores of famous boutiques, bringing together 5 million products from 12,000 of the world’s leading brands and retailers in one place.

The site receives 8.60 million visitors per month. The leadership is held by the United States (56%), followed by the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Australia by a large margin (4%) and also actively visit this marketplace (2-3% of the total number of visits).

Fruugo.co.uk

Topic: clothing, electronics, home, sports, leisure.

Fruugo is a shopping service where you can find and buy all the categories sold by the best European online retailers – in one place. The site adapts to the buyer’s country (language selection), shows prices in the buyer’s currency and offers the usual payment methods.

The site is visited by 850 thousand users per month, the majority of whom (86%) are British. The United States accounts for 3% of all views, followed by Ireland, Switzerland, Canada (1% each).

How to sell on fruugo.co.uk?

  • your business must be registered in one of the 46 countries that the resource works with
  • register on the website
  • place your positions
  • provide product data in your own national currency and language. Automatic translation technology localizes information about your product for the buyer in 17 languages ​​and 22 currencies
  • Receive orders from buyers
  • Pay 15% commission on each sale to the service

Notonthehighstreet.com

Subject: handmade, accessories, leather goods, fur, art objects.

The idea of ​​the site is to combine the most unique, stylish and never seen products that are difficult to find anywhere else. The site is home to over 5,000 small creative and craft companies.

In terms of attendance and traffic, the situation is as follows:

  • 4.84 million visits per month
  • 90% – residents of the “kingdom”
  • 3% – residents of the United States
  • 1% – residents of Ireland.Germany, Australia

Onbuy.com

Topic: clothing, electronics, household goods, sports, leisure.

The online marketplace was launched in November 2016 and is now the fastest growing marketplace in the world. Since its launch, the platform has welcomed vendors of all sizes, from home workshops to small independent retailers. Striving to create a fairer platform for sellers to offer a wider range of products than other marketplaces.

3.18 million visitors browse the site every month. 90% of total visits are to the UK. States account for 2.5% of total traffic, Poland, France, Ireland occupy no more than 1% each.

How to sell on onbuy.com?

  • Fill out the application form and the manager will contact you shortly.
  • Download a list of existing SKUs, use an existing template or use your integration channel
  • The service team will promote your products to millions of potential customers.
  • Submit your order and PayPal will transfer funds to your business account.
  • Payment for using the service is 19 pounds excluding VAT (standard package). or £ 39 excluding VAT (partner package)

Brandalley.com

Topic: clothing, electronics, home, sports and leisure

BrandAlley is the home of designer brands, hosting hundreds of well-known brands in the fashion, beauty and home furnishings sectors. A wide range of collections from the previous and current seasons are presented – from Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen to Moulton Brown and Philip Kingsley.The site is also actively collaborating with new brands launched every week.

176 thousand visits per month to the site are provided by residents of France (56%), Turkey (14%), Belgium (6%), Switzerland (5%) and Spain (2%).

Harveynichols.com

Topic: clothing, electronics, household goods, sports, leisure.

Harvey Nichols first opened in Knightsbridge in 1831 and has since become a leader in finding the most attractive and cutting edge designer brands.Recognized as the UK’s leading luxury apparel retailer.

The site is visited by almost a million users per month. The British account for only 50% of the audience, 20% of the visitors are from the United States, 3% of the audience are from Hong Kong, and 1% are from France and China.

Feelunique.com

Topic: natural and decorative cosmetics.

Feelunique, founded in 2005, is Europe’s leading online retailer for premium natural and decorative cosmetics.The site offers more than 30,000 products not only from world famous cosmetic brands, but also cooperates with small manufacturers, promoting them on the global stage.

4.5 million visit the site monthly. 53% of all visits are in the UK, 12% in France, 5% are from the United States and China each, 2% of visits are made by residents of Germany.

Local Marketplaces

Below are some of the largest UK marketplaces trading primarily domestically:

Argos.co.uk

Topic: clothing, electronics, household goods, sports, leisure.

Argos is a multi-brand, multi-channel business that provides a wide range of categories at affordable prices. It is a business with a long history, since the first store was opened in 1869.

The site is visited by 61 million people per month. By location of visits, 96% of all users of the online store are local residents (Great Britain), there are also visitors from Ireland and the USA, but their number does not exceed 1% of the total picture.

Yumbles.com

Topic: healthy food products, drinks, sweets.

Yumbles – dedicated to making the most delicious, wholesome and all-natural foods available throughout the UK. The company’s vision is that a healthy lifestyle should always be enjoyable. We work with the finest small-scale, socially responsible food manufacturers to make sure everything on Yumbles is healthy and tasty.

Every month about 300 thousand people buy on the site. It is noteworthy that not only British (90%), but also Americans (5%), Germans (1%), Irish (1%) and even Mexicans (<1%) make purchases on the site.

How to sell on Yumbles?

If you are interested in selling on Yumbles (learn more), use this form to tell the company about your business and what makes your products unique.

Abebooks.co.uk

Subject: books, magazines, periodicals, comics, rare photographs, music on media.

AbeBooks is an online store for books, art and collectibles. Millions of books and other items are put up for sale in the marketplace by thousands of sellers from over 50 countries. The unique selection ranges from manuscripts to the latest signed bestsellers. The site has clients in almost all countries of the world who buy books and other printed materials published in several languages.

The AbeBooks website is visited by more than 2.5 million from the British (61%), the USA (6%), Germany (3%), Spain (2%), Ireland (1%).

How to Sell on AbeBooks?

  • Register on the platform
  • As a seller, you yourself describe, store and send orders. You also set your own rates and delivery speeds.
  • Your balances will be automatically submitted to six international corporation platforms.
  • You will be charged a monthly fee for using the service

Chrono24.co.uk

Subject: luxury watches from famous world brands.

On Chrono24, over 20,000 professional dealers and private sellers from over 100 countries offer over 475,000 watches. Positions are presented in 22 languages, which is why the site attracts over 500,000 visitors every day. More than 5 million users have already downloaded Chrono24 apps for iOS and Android.

Traffic: 600 thousand users per month. Of these: Great Britain – 88%, Latvia – 2%, Ireland – 1.5%, USA – 1%, Switzerland – 1%.

How to Sell on Chrono24?

  • Register on the website
  • Make a sale on Chrono24
  • The buyer pays you directly (for example, via PayPal or bank transfer)
  • You send the insured item to the buyer
  • After the transaction is completed, the resource takes a 6.5% commission.

Game.co.uk

Subject: computer games, consoles, accessories.

Game.co.uk is a leading local retailer of video games, consoles, accessories and categories for gamers. The company also hosts the nation’s largest gaming festival Insomnia, which attracts more than 150,000 fans a year, and organizes other gaming events, including StratLAN.

The site already has 3.5 million regular visitors, with Brits accounting for the largest share (83%), Americans (2.5%), Spanish (2%), Germans (0.5%) and Brazilians (0.5%) …

Secretsales.com

Topic: clothing, footwear, accessories

Secret Sales is a global platform owned and operated by LRG Online Ltd. Although headquartered in London, the platform is fast becoming a place to explore, discover and buy essential fashions, sportswear, home essentials and luxury cosmetics at affordable prices. The Secret Sales team is hard at work sourcing and partnering with thousands of global brands.

Half a million connoisseurs of the resource visit their site every month. The championship remains with the British (87%), but the site is also loved by the Irish (2%), Americans (1.5%), Italians (1.5%) and Spaniards (1%).

Iamfy.co

Subject: for home, decor, electronics, accessories, gadgets, gifts.

Iamfy is more than 500 brands, artists and designers selling not so much a product as a lifestyle and comfort. Graphics, bold photography, geometric prints and more.A million ideas to inspire and turn a dull room into a work of art.

The site is visited by about 450 thousand users per month. Of these, 55% are local buyers, 23% are from the United States, 6% from Australia, 2.5% from the Netherlands, 20% from Germany.

Classifications and message boards

Online bulletin boards can also be an alternative to marketplaces for some categories:

  • gumtree.com
  • vivastreet.co.uk
  • mybuilder.com
  • preloved.co.uk
  • freeads.co.uk

How to massively connect to all marketplaces in England?

In most cases, in order to start selling on the above sites, you need to have either a fully registered legal entity in the UK, or a VAT payer certificate at the local tax office. In some cases, English-speaking customer support and a local warehouse with leftovers are required.

Taking into account the rather serious investments to build all the necessary infrastructure, it is not advisable for every business to take risks with the British market.Understanding these limitations, our team has developed an “entry algorithm” into the UK and international markets using the Crossborder Machine strategy.

Which, among other things, includes the process of automating the unloading of positions and managing sales on British and international marketplaces. Thanks to this, you can sell your products in more than 400 sales channels, literally in 1 click.

To learn more about these opportunities, contact our team.

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Peter Donohoe, piano (UK)

Year of Great Britain – Russia Music
Rachmaninoff, Dove, Taneyev

The UK-Russia Year of Music program is based on the recognition of their rich cultural heritage and musical traditions.Its opening took place on October 14, 2019, and the program will last until the end of March 2020.

For us, this is a happy opportunity to hear world-famous British musicians.

Peter Donohoe is recognized as one of the foremost pianists of our time for his musicality, stylistic sensitivity and technique. After graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music, he improved his skills in Paris with Olivier Messiaen and Yvonne Loriot.Donohoe gained wide popularity after he shared the 2nd prize in the 1982 competition. Tchaikovsky (I prize was not awarded).

The Sacconi Quartet is also widely known, performing regularly throughout Europe, at major London venues, on recordings and on the radio. The discs of the band were marked as “Best Record of the Year” by Gramophone magazine. Next year the Sacconi Quartet celebrates its 20th anniversary. He is the initiator of the Folkestone Festival, one of the UK’s largest chamber music festivals.The artists of the quartet are holding two violins and a viola by our contemporary – Simon Fernando Sacconi. The name “Sacconi Quartet” is a token of gratitude to an outstanding Italian master and restorer. As part of the Year of Music, the quartet will debut in Russia.


Sacconi Quartet:

Violin – Ben Hancox
Violin – Hannah Dawson
Viola – Robin Ashwell
Cello – Kara Barridge

The award-winning Sacconi quartet is renowned for its unanimous and compelling ensemble, constantly engaging with a fresh and creative approach.Having formed the collective in 2001, its four founders continue to demonstrate a shared passion for the string quartet repertoire, infecting audiences with their energy and enthusiasm. Sacconi performs regularly throughout Europe, at major London venues, on recordings and on the radio. The quartet is a member of the Royal College of Music Association.

The Sacconi Quartet has an extremely wide range of repertoire choices. In 2020, they will release a new CD of Roxanne Panufnik for Signum Classics with guest artists Charles Owen, Roderick Williams, Nicholas Daniel and Amy Harman.In 2017, the Sacconi quartet released three new CDs. In Damascus, their music CD by Jonathan Dove, featuring In Damascus, commissioned by a quartet featuring Mark Padmore and Charles Owen, was ranked in the Top 10 Classics and was voted one of Gramophone Magazine’s Best Recordings of the Year.

In the 2019-20 season, the quartet will debut in Russia (with Peter Donohoe), Mexico (with Freddie Kempf) and Lebanon (at the Al Bustan festival).

In 2019, the twelfth Sacconi Chamber Music Festival was held in Folkestone, with the participation of pianist Tom Poster and cellist Philippe Dukes.The festival is now firmly established as one of the UK’s largest chamber music festivals and draws audiences from afar with its lively atmosphere and dynamic programming.

In the summer of 2015, the quartet launched HEARTFELT (www.heartfelt.org.uk), their most innovative project to date. A radical interpretation of Beethoven’s iconic string quartet (minor opus 132) pushed the boundaries of chamber music by combining sound, light and feeling for a truly unique performance, in which the audience connects to each performer’s heartbeat through robotic “hearts” Developed in a unique collaboration with robotics designers Rusty Squid and lighting designer Ziggy Jacobs-Wyburn, funded by the Arts Council England, HEARTFELT received excellent reviews from The Guardian and The Independent and was described by the latter as “a powerful way to experience the inner physics of Beethoven’s deep thanksgiving.”www.heartfelt.org.uk

The name Sacconi Quartet comes from the eminent Italian artist and restorer of the twentieth century Simone Sacconi, whose book The Secrets of the Stradivarius is considered an indispensable reference for violin makers. Ben Hancox plays the 1932 Sacconi violin and Robin Ashwell the 1934 Sacconi viola, both made in New York. Hannah Dawson has played the 1927 Sacconi violin made in Rome, and Cara Berridge has played the cello by Nicolai Galliano since 1781.

In 2021, the Sacconi quartet will celebrate its 20th anniversary.


Peter Donohoe

Peter Donohoe was born in Manchester in 1953. He studied at Chetham School of Music, graduated from the University of Leeds School of Music, then studied at the Royal North College of Music with Derek Wyndham and in Paris with Olivier Messiaen and Yvonne Lorioda. Peter Donohoe is recognized as one of the foremost pianists of our time for his musicality, stylistic versatility and technique.

In recent seasons Donohoe has performed with the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Orchestras, the Cape Town Philharmonic, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.He toured in Great Britain with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, and also gave concerts in many countries of South America and Europe, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the USA.

Peter Donohoe is actively invited as a member of the jury for international competitions. He served on the jury at the International Competition. P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (2011 and 2015), International Busoni Competition in Bolzano, Italy (2012), Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels (2016), Georges Enescu Competition in Bucharest (2016), International Pianists Competition in Hong Kong (2016) , Harbin Competition (2017 and 2018),Arthur Rubenstein (2017), Competition and festival of pianists named after A. Lev Vlasenko (2017), Concours de Geneve (2018).

Peter Donohoe’s CDs have been praised by the BBC music magazine, The Times, Birmingham Post.

Donohoe has performed with all major London orchestras, as well as with orchestras from around the world: the Royal Concertgebouw, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Munich Philharmonic, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France, the Vienna Symphony and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.Peter Donohoe also performs numerous recitals around the world and continues to work with his longtime duo partner Martin Roscoe, as well as collaborations with artists such as Raphael Wallfish, Elizabeth Watts and Noriko Ogawa. Donoghue has worked with many of the world’s greatest conductors: Christoph Eschenbach, Neeme Järvi, Lorin Maazel, Kurt Mazur, Andrew Davis and Evgeny Svetlanov. Most recently, he has performed as a soloist with the next generation of excellent conductors: Gustavo Dudamel, Robin Ticciati and Daniel Harding.Peter Donohoe is an Honorary Doctorate of Music from seven universities in the UK and has been awarded the CBE Classical Music Merit in the 2010 New Year’s List of Awards.


The event is sponsored by the Blavatnik Family Foundation


Concert program:

S. Rachmaninov. String Quartet No. 1 (1989) in G minor
J. Dove String Quartet
S. Taneyev. Piano Quintet in G minor (1991) op.30

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