If Jessops weren't so damned expensive for a lot of their stuff, maybe sales wouldn't be down so much...
Joined Aug 2005
Location: Norwich, UK
Norwich Photo Motorsport Photography • Facebook Entry • Canon EOS 7D / 50D / 40D / 24-105L / Sigma 100-300 f4 / 50mm f1.8 / Tamron 28-300 / 2x Canon 580EX2 flash / Interfit and Lastolite studio gear / Manfrotto supports / Lowepro Stealth Reporter AW650 and Computrekker
Joined Nov 2006
Summary justice perhaps?
EOS 40D + BG-E2N, EOS 10D + BG-ED3,
"wetter than an otter's pocket"
Joined Nov 2004
Location: NE England.
It seems to me that Jessops Senior Management have failed to grasp the fact that Digital Photography and the Internet go hand-in-hand.
Joined Aug 2006
Location: Salisbury, UK
"...While unit sales have held up, Jessops has been hit by the falling price of cameras which has cut profit margins..."
"Slight breach of etiquette"
Joined Oct 2005
Location: Chester & Bucks UK
15p a share, hehe! Worth a punt??? Maybe! But I don't think they will be as good as google shares growth! I said to my Dad can you buy me some google shares, well he didnt! now look at them
Computers blur the boundaries... We are being released from the suddenness of photography, the suddenness of the shutterhttp://www.photography-on-the.net …p?p=1606920&postcount=132
Joined Feb 2005
Location: Ingleby Barwick, Teesside
High street retailers like Jessops need to start differentiating themselves in other ways to remain competitive. I for one will pay a slightly higher price on the high street if I know that :-
A good example for me where jessops have got it wrong. Middlesbrough town centre Jesspos branch... next door but one RGB labs.
Cream of the Crop
Joined Nov 2004
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand
Joined Mar 2007
hi I also use this sit to get some cash back its not much but every little helps http://www.quidco.com/ got my 400d from jessops online for £459.79 and got 3% cash back from quidco but I do agree that prices are higher in the UK than in Europe and us.