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Dean Blake

Dean Blake is deputy news editor at Inside Retail. Reporting all things Australia and New Zealand, Dean has spent the last two years helping spearhead both online and print content for Inside Retail Weekly, Inside Retail Magazine, and the Top 50 People in E-commerce report. Now, as deputy news editor for APAC, he helps coordinate Inside Retail's broader news strategy across the APAC region while continuing to focus his efforts on his local markets. With the transformation of the retail industry becoming more and more rapid, and important, Dean is keen on seeing how the industry reinvents itself for the modern world and how it can become a force for good in a sometimes difficult and volatile world – remembering that retail isn't just a game of numbers, it's a game of people.

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Zara store Berlin

Zara parent posts US$229m first-half loss despite second quarter rebound

Zara-owner Inditex posted a net loss of US$229 million during the six months to 31 July, after a successful second quart...
Bossini Hong Kong store night

Bossini results in freefall as Covid-19 hits fashion industry

Covid-19 has increased Hong Kong-listed apparel group Bossini’s loss attributable to shareholders by 174 per cent from l...

Forever New furthers international plans with website relaunch

Australian fashion retailer Forever New has today relaunched its international website, servicing 19 countries including...
An Olive Young store in downtown Seoul.

CJ Corp unveils plans to open Olive Young up for public investment

South Korean health-and-beauty business Olive Young is gearing up for an IPO next year, with the aim to list on the stoc...

Apple commits to reach carbon neutrality by 2030

Tech firm will remove 75 per cent of total footprint, and offset remaining 25 per cent, within ten years.

Seafolly seeks sale after entering administration

Seafolly’s 44 stores across Australia will continue to trade.

Instagram opening shopping feature to influencers

According to Instagram, the change will go live on July 9 in every country that supports Instagram Shopping.

Facebook Shops to let retailers sell directly to consumers

New platform to allow businesses to sell across Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.

Harvey Norman executives take pay cut as crisis worsens

Harvey Norman has told shareholders the business will not pay an interim dividend and that its executive team and non-di...

Kikki.K appoints voluntary administrators amid ‘perfect storm’

Melbourne-born stationery business kikki.K was placed into voluntary administration on Tuesday, putting 450 employees an...