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UK Retail Footfall on Black Friday 2015

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Thankfully Black Friday this year didn’t see a repeat of the ugly in-store events of 2014, but it did confirm the popularity of the event among shoppers. Footfall in non-food stores was marginally ahead of last year, thanks largely to a broader participation by retailers eager to capitalise on the hype.

Data collected from the Retail Traffic Index  (RTI) explores the year-on-year footfall % change from 2014 to 2015 across the different regions in the UK as well as understanding the different sector performances.

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