We all know the internet has revolutionised how people shop. Nowadays, consumers are opting for their smartphones or laptops to purchase goods, but what does this mean for the high street?

By the end of 2015 online retail sales in the UK are expected to reach a total of £52.25 billion. That means the average consumer will spend £1,174 annually, which is the highest in Europe.

Huge shopping events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday also saw a large number of consumers opting for the online option, rather than face the hustle and bustle of busy shops.

Of course you cannot write off the high street just yet. But how does the high street compete with its online competitors, who can offer consumers pretty much every product going at the click of a button without leaving home?

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What Does the Future Hold for the High Street?

What Does the Future Hold for the High Street?

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