Stores have been grouped into "clusters" assessed by five local criteria – affluence, demographic, competition, region and ethnicity.
Marks & Spencer is to match the food and clothing ranges in its British shops to the wealth, age and ethnicity of the local area, as part of a £600m overhaul to make its stores “more inspiring” places to shop.
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