After 80 years of circulation, the Littlewoods catalogue was dropped in May, along with the axing of smaller websites Woolworths, K&Co and Isme, in order for the company to focus on the key sites Littlewoods and Very.
The ditching sure enough saw a shift in focus to their online operators for the Liverpool-based group with record profits for the third consecutive year.
The catalogue circulated 25m copies a year when it was at its peak, around 5m in 2011, and in 2012 the catalogue accounted for 72% of the company’s sales. Only 300,000 copies of the final catalogue were sent out in May.
Alex Baldock, chief executive of Shop Direct, said: “We passed some important milestones last year: we called time on the catalogue and we are now a retailer dedicated to digital. We’ve transformed quickly to this more focused business – only three years ago, nearly three quarters of our sales were from catalogue customers.
“Four months in, we’ve made a strong start to the new financial year. We’re in good shape for the peak Christmas period – and we expect growth, discipline and transformation to drive another record year.”
How to use the Prove I Called Littlewoods and Very contact numbers
As with any large online retailer, there are a variety of reasons you would need to use the Littlewoods or Very contact number. From payments and deliveries to credit cards and accounts or to query an outstanding order. Unfortunately, situations arise when you may not be satisfied with that service and need to complain or even have a dispute. What’s more, should you require evidence that you actually called, we can provide that too – including details of time, date and duration. If you need to speak to a team member, call the Very contact number today and thankfully our Littlewoods contact number will connect you with a Littlewoods adviser, fast, too.