Inside Retail Asia
Football legend David Beckham has launched his own eyewear collection, Eyewear by David Beckham, in partnership with Safilo Group.
Travel retail concept Beauty&You by The Shilla Duty Free is celebrating the Year of the Rat at Hong Kong International Airport with an array of Lunar New Year offers until the end of February.
Google has released its Year in Search 2019 report for Southeast Asia, showing that 90 per cent of the region’s 360 million internet users now connect primarily via mobile phones. The report offers five key search insights for brands in the territory seeking to drive business impact in the new year. The Year in Search notes that Southeast Asian consumers are becoming increasingly s…
Japanese corporate restaurateur Skylark Holdings says it will discontinue 24-hour trading of 150 stores by April.
China’s National Development and Reform Commission has revealed plans to cut the production and use of single-use plastic in China in the next five years.
A seven-level Ikea eco-store is being built in Vienna – with no car parks, targeting pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users.
US stationery retailer Papyrus is preparing to close all of its more than 260 physical stores throughout the country.
7-Eleven Singapore will collect cash payments for transactions initiated via home-grown financial-services company Pay2Home’s digital platform.
Singapore property developer CapitaLand is set to refurbish the Bugis Village and Bugis Street retail spaces after winning a joint tender to manage both from the Singapore Land Authority.
Wearable technology has come a long way from the original clunky smartwatch, with innovation having taken a giant leap forward in the last five years.
Asian digital-fashion brand Pomelo has appointed Anders Heikenfeldt as Chief Retail Officer to lead the firm’s retail expansion plans across Southeast Asia.
Hong Kong restaurants appear to have shrugged off the worst of the impact from the city’s social unrest in the final quarter of last year,