Inside Retail Asia
Malaysian home improvement brand Mr DIY may postpone its planned IPO following the effect of political uncertainty on the domestic market.
Singapore grocery retailer NTUC FairPrice seeks to continue reduce the use of plastic bags by extending plastic bag charge at its 25 outlets for a year starting November 11.
Deliveroo has launched a restaurant satisfaction index, finding that restaurants in Hong Kong are facing a challenging business environment but see delivery as an increasingly important part of their business.
Superunion has partnered with NTUC FairPrice on the co-operative’s latest rebranding exercise to refresh the FairPrice Housebrand range.
Shoe retailer Le Saunda is planning to boost its on-sale activity as it battles to continue to reduce its inventory in the wake of falling sales.
Hong Kong department-store operator The Sincere Company’s half-year loss increased by HK$10 million in the latest half year.
Alibaba Group has launched its 2019 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, taking the annual event into its second decade.
Swedish outdoor apparel brand Fjällräven has launched in Singapore and Malaysia.
Ecco has returned after two-month refurbishment of its The Shoppes At Marina Bay Sands store, unveiling the debut of Ecco Prime concept store in Singapore.
Hong Kong street-front rents have plunged by 54 per cent from their peak in the first quarter of 2013, according to data from real-estate advisor Savills.
Club Factory, the Chinese cross-border e-commerce platform, has raised US$100 million in a fresh round of financing.
Police in Hong Kong have warned retailers to be aware of a Bitcoin blackmail operation linked to the ongoing protest activity.