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Hong Kong giftware retailer G.O.D opens new concept store

Hong Kong lifestyle design and retail brand G.O.D. has launched a new concept store at PMQ.

Furla Hong Kong unveils new store design at Harbour City

Furla Hong Kong has relocated within Harbour City, revealing a new store design concept.

Asian E-Tailing Summit drew 1500

The third Asian E-tailing Summit, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), event drew close to 1500 e-tailers and business professionals from related sectors.

Lee Garden launches A Joyful Christmas at Lee Gardens

Lee Garden is launching its holiday campaign A Joyful Christmas at Lee Gardens featuring three Instagrammable spots, including six-metre tall golden-mirrored stage.

New dining experiences at Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has become a “foodie destination” after welcoming seven new restaurants and outlets together with a revamped East Hall Food Court.

Hong Kong Customs seize $2m in fake goods in prime retail strip

Hong Kong Customs raided an upstairs showroom in the heart of the city’s prime retail precinct this week, seizing about HK$2 million (US$255,000) worth of fake goods.

Tiffany in ‘a difficult position’ on lacklustre Hong Kong, home market sales

Both overall and comparable-store sales growth at Tiffany came in flat during the last quarter, neither metric helped by the challenges in Hong Kong which overshadowed strong trading in the Chinese mainland.

Olive Young partners with Dairy Farm to expand into Southeast Asia

South Korean health-and-beauty brand CJ Olive Young is seeking to expand in Southeast Asia.

Festival Walk mall to remain closed for up to three months

Festival Walk mall in Hong Kong – seriously damaged during protest activities on November 13 – will remain closed for up to another three months.

Hong Kong retail ‘will recover’ says analyst

The Hong Kong retail industry – hammered by declining visitor numbers from the mainland will recover, says leading analyst Pascal Martin, a partner at OC&C Strategy Consultants.

Asia will account for 45 per cent of global retail sales next year

The retail market is expected to slow down next year, but Asia will account for 45 per cent of global retail sales, according to a new report from economic and business research group The Economist Intelligence Unit.

Panerai opens its first airport boutique – in Hong Kong

Florentine luxury watchmaker Panerai has opened its first ever airport boutique, at Hong Kong International Airport.