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University drop-out reveals how she made $1million in one year selling a tiny hair smoothing ...

The Daily Mail 09 May 2021
The 29-year-old said she awoke one morning to realise one of her TikTok videos gained five million views and $30,000 in sales overnight. 'I never fathomed I could sell a products in Iceland or Saudi Arabia and countries we wouldn't generally target.' ... $30,000 in sales overnight.

Domino's Pizza sales pushed higher by lockdown as the takeaway chain ploughs ahead with plans ...

The Daily Mail 22 Apr 2021
Domino's Pizza Group saw sales jump by nearly a fifth in its first quarter as lockdown restrictions rolled on and people's desire for home delivered food continued ... Domino's said the planned sale off its arms in Sweden and Iceland looked set to be completed in May.

Bitcoin’s green Nordic haven running out of surplus electricity as industrial thirst for power grows

The National 18 Apr 2021
Iceland, Sweden and Norway have been popular mining locations because of an abundance of geothermal, hydro and wind power ... “There could be very little excess energy in 2021 and 2022,” said Hordur Arnarson, chief executive at Landsvirkjun, Iceland’s national utility ... Iceland was the pioneer in green mining.

Supermarket ‘bags for life’ must cost more to cut plastic use, urge campaigners

The Guardian 18 Apr 2021
... of sales of single-use plastic carrier bags ... Iceland tripled its sales, to 107.3m from 34m the previous year.

Tesco profits fall as Covid costs offset sales surge

The Observer 14 Apr 2021
The UK’s biggest retailer won customers from rivals and its total sales rose by just over 7% to more than £53bn in the year to the end of February, beating City analysts’ expectations. In the UK and Ireland sales climbed 8.8% ... In the final three months of the year online groceries made up 18% of sales as fear of the virus kept shoppers at home.

Cheapest and priciest supermarkets to buy a basket of 20 items or trolley-load of 85 ...

The Daily Mail 09 Apr 2021
Lidl is the cheapest supermarket for a basket of 20 frequently purchased items from the supermarket by just 3p, research shows, revealing just how tight the competition is at the top ... Its German discount rival Aldi was second ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... Fuel prices increase for a... Iceland boss calls for digital sales tax to help save high... .

Co-op to keep £66m in rates relief despite 400% rise in profits

The Observer 08 Apr 2021
The group’s total revenues rose 5.5% to £11.5bn as sales at its established food stores rose nearly 7% and its wholesale business – via ... However, some chains that benefited from strong sales during the pandemic, including Waitrose and Iceland, have refused to pay back the support.

Still working from home? HMRC says you can claim tax relief for the whole of ...

The Daily Mail 07 Apr 2021
People working from home for even a single day this year will be able to claim tax relief against increased costs as the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic rolls on ... Anyone eligible to claim the work from home for tax relief last year can also still do so ... Extended ... Previous 1 Next. Iceland boss calls for digital sales tax to help save high... ASK TONY.

Iceland boss calls for digital sales tax

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Apr 2021
The boss of Iceland has called for a digital sales tax to help to support the recovery of the high street and has stepped up the retailer’s ...

Iceland boss calls for digital sales tax to help save high streets as he defends ...

The Daily Mail 06 Apr 2021
The managing director of frozen food chain Iceland has said a digital sales tax should be introduced to help revive British high streets ... Like other grocers, Iceland's online sales have boomed in the last year, with home deliveries growing by 300 per cent and its capacity expanding to 750,000 orders each week in the 24 weeks to September 11.

Easter egg sales 'soar by almost 50%'

BBC News 30 Mar 2021
Easter egg sales have climbed £48m, soaring almost 50% to £153m compared with last year, according to figures from analysts Kantar ... Grocery sales slip ... In fact sales slipped 3% in the four weeks to 21 March compared with a year earlier ... Iceland saw the strongest growth during the period - excluding online-only Ocado - with a jump in sales of 14.3%.

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Iceland splashes out £150m – but keeps £40m Covid relief

The Times/The Sunday Times 21 Mar 2021
Iceland has refused to return about £40 million of rates relief, despite sales soaring 20 per cent to £2.9 billion in the 40 weeks to January 1 ...

Online grocery sales soar to £1.5bn (and cupboard necessities decline for the first time since ...

Net Imperative 12 Mar 2021
British shoppers spent £1.5bn on online groceries in the last four weeks ending 27th February 2021, with the online share of grocery sales now reaching 17% ... Iceland (17.5%) also followed with strong sales growth, whilst Morrisons (11.7%) continues to grow faster than the other ‘big four’ retailers.