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Le Saunda CEO Cheng Wang has resigned and will leave the company on October 16.
Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is planning to open a Blue Box cafe in Shanghai as well as the one earlier announced in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong’s specialty coffee chain The Coffee Academics is launching its latest retail concept the world’s first single-origin Nitro Coffee Bar on September 16 at K11 Musea. The Nitro Coffee Bar is the first of its kind to put single-origin specialty coffee at the forefront of product offerings, raising awareness of the specialty coffee value chain. The ba…
The new Sephora store at IFC mall which opened this week represents the global beauty retail brand’s current focus on creating a phygital experience.
High-end sports-watch brand Panerai has opened its first pop-up store in Greater China in Hong Kong’s Harbour City Ocean Centre.
Chinese sportswear firm Topsports International is seeking a listing on the HKSE.
Listed Singapore food-and-beverage company BreadTalk Group is to buy foodcourt operator Food Junction Management (FJM).
A flagship Tiffany store and the first Blue Box cafe in Hong Kong will soft open early this month and mid next month respectively.
Beauty-products brand Crabtree & Evelyn halved its losses in the first half of the year as parent, Hong Kong-listed Nan Hai Corporation continued its move from offline to online.
Californian fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 is reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy protection after failing to reach a deal to refinance its heavy debt load.
Double-digit sales growth for Tiffany in China provided some encouragement for the US jewellery retailer in what was otherwise an unremarkable half.
Fashion brand Cecilia Woo opens in Hong Kong, targeting an international audience in the city.