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E-commerce

How the ‘great dispersion’ is set to transform retail brands
Brands have stopped fighting for transaction space and focused on experience. Image: Supplied.

How the ‘great dispersion’ is set to transform retail brands

At the start of 2021, shopping is no longer the carefree pastime it once was. A light, aspirational experience has grown heavy with tension as Covid outbreaks have resulted in masks and sudden lockdowns. Vi...
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E-commerce Archives

AS Watson and Grab launch regional health & beauty partnership

The partnership will allow customers to access more than 62,000 health and beauty products at Watsons stores via Grab se...

How D2C brands tell customers a new story

How Warby Parker, Everlane and Reformation have changed the retail game.

“It’s bonkers”: Say hi to Australia’s first fashion crytocurrency

Australian Brands Alliance founder Paul Elsibai is set to launch cryptocurrency platform, Swappay, which aims to transfo...

Exclusive: Asia’s Grab considering US IPO this year – sources

The IPO could raise at least $2 billion, which would likely make it the largest overseas share offering by a Southeast A...

Hong Kong’s Fashionally and ITC Store launch new collaboration

Participating brands include Arto, Charlotte Ng studio, Kurt Ho, FromClothingOf and Mum’s Design by Bicy Yeung.