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Everyhuman launches Australia’s first different-sized shoe program
Unpaired makes it possible to buy different-sized shoes and single shoes, a breakthrough f...
Ikea operator Ikano Retail records mixed success in Asia, despite Covid
Singapore sales soar, but lockdowns impact Malaysia and Thailand, and delay Philippine bui...
Alibaba promises sustainability focus in this year’s 11.11 consumer fest
"We believe we must leverage the power of 11.11 to encourage sustainable development and p...
PayPal preparing US$45 billion bid for Pinterest
PayPal has offered $70 per share, mostly in stock, for Pinterest, one of the sources said.
Why it’s time to bring back the social side of shopping
Social shopping, while existing in the digital world of Facebook, Instagram and influencer...
Are you ready? Revenge spending is on its way
Shoppers under lockdown conditions has developed some serious pent-up purchasing intent.

Technology

Yum China opens Digital R&D Center to craft digital strategy

Yum China is set to expand its Digital R&D Center to three sites in Shanghai, Nanjing and ...
Exclusive: Inside Aussie department store Myer’s new showroom concept
The Virtual Store concept allows shoppers to experience products from Myer's online market...
Alibaba apps start offering WeChat Pay option after government order
China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has begun offering payment services from Tencent Holding...

Marketing

Beyond gender: How Lego’s push for ‘inclusive play’ reflects social change

The toy brand's promise to remove gender stereotypes from all its marketing going forward ...
‘Not about products’: The genius of Moncler’s global, digital runway event
The luxury ski-wear brand's Mondogenius event took millions of viewers on a digital journe...
How ‘third-way’ thinking has helped Aldi cement its place in customers’ lives
While Australian consumers see supermarket stalwarts Coles and Woolies as agile yet old-sc...

Business

Why coffee is a natural progression for Who Gives a Crap

Ethical toilet paper company Who Gives a Crap is exploring rather unique ways to accelerat...
Why it’s time to bring back the social side of shopping
Social shopping, while existing in the digital world of Facebook, Instagram and influencer...
Are you ready? Revenge spending is on its way
Shoppers under lockdown conditions has developed some serious pent-up purchasing intent.