Tiffany Lung is a retail analyst based in London and Hong Kong, with a focus on innovation trends and consumer behaviours. With close to 10 years’ experience across the wider retail industry, her insights are featured regularly in local and international media and she speaks frequently at industry events. Tiffany’s experience includes being an analyst at Tofugear and Ascential Group PLC in London. In her spare time, Tiffany shares the latest store innovations through her #TiffanysRetailPatrol series.
British multi-brand beauty retailer Space NK has ended its physical presence in China, just two years after its debut there, closing all eight stores.
Thirty-five New World vending machines have opened across Hong Kong providing masks to low-income families during the coronavirus crisis.
Shenzhen’s multi-brand jeweller Ideal has transformed its 18-year-old traditional business model to a New Retail business virtually overnight in light of the coronavirus crisis.
TiAmidst the Covid-19 outbreak, Japanese discount-variety store Don Don Donki has continued ahead with the opening of its latest branch in Bangkok, Thailand as part of its international expansion.
British celebrity chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsey has quit Hong Kong, following the footsteps of compatriot Jamie Oliver last month.
Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo will open its largest store yet at the recently refurbished Mitsui Outlet Park in Japan on April 10.
Singapore-based bookstore-chain Popular has fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic and shuttered all 16 stores in Hong Kong, effective immediately.
South Korea fashion chain Aland has quietly exited the Hong Kong market, after shuttering its final stores.
Osaka-based drugstore Maruya has made its international debut in Hong Kong with its first store in Sheung Shui, a prominent ‘border town’ notorious for parallel traders.
Hong Kong on-demand delivery startup Lalamove and travel-activities booking-platform Klook have collaborated in a new express food-delivery service.
Chinese smartphone brand Xiaomi shuttered its one and only UK Mi store last week in Westfield London after a mere 15 months of operations.
HKTV Mall has achieved its highest monthly turnover of its six years of operations in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.