Entries in 'shepherd' (12)
We’ve been down this road before. Another bleak set of retailer financials, another article in MCV wondering what can be done about it.
Last week The Telegraph ran the headline ‘Can GAME Group survive?’ It was a sensational headline, not entirely based on the facts of the situation, and as GAME Group CEO ...
GAME Group has hit back at its detractors after issuing a profit warning last week.
GAME CEO Ian Shepherd believes the Group can be a major player online without being drawn into a price war.
GAME insists it has nothing to fear from digital retailers after backing Xbox Live, PSN and streaming service OnLive.
The UK’s leading games retailer GAME has reported a 9.9 per cent drop in like-for-like sales for the 26 weeks ending July 31st 2011.
BioWare's Mass Effect series has always tried to remain gender neutral – with equal options for both male and female characters and no discrimination regarding sexual relationships.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of leading UK games retailer GAME, has said that the attitude of publishers toward pre-owned has changed.
For some time, GAME Group has been the first to admit that it needs to reclaim relevancy and up its game in terms of hi-tech retailing.
In a presentation entitled "Dedicated to Gaming", GAME Group CEO Ian Shepherd has outlined his strategy for growth in the coming years, claiming that the specialist games retailer will not ...
Video games retailer GAME will today lift the lid on a significant change to business strategy that will position the Group for life in an increasingly digital world.
Supermarkets choosing to ‘go low’ on FIFA this week won’t be able to match GAME’s specialist offer, Ian Shepherd reckons.