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Make-your-own Magnum retail concept makes Indian debut

Magnum has launched its first two pop-up stores in India, offering customers Make Your Own Magnum experience.

Indian retailer Raymond plans to open 500 more stores by 2021

Indian retailer Raymond is set to operate 1500 stores across the territory within two years.

Ikea India focuses on tier-2 cities as it targets growth

Ikea India is set to expand into tier-II cities in the second phase of its development after early success in key markets.

Eatigo Hong Kong aims to double its reach within the next year

Restaurant table-filler app Eatigo is set to double the user numbers and outlets it represents over the next year.

Hublot India opens its first boutique, in Mumbai

Hublot India is launching a flagship boutique at the Palladium Mall in Mumbai, its first standalone store in the market.

Japanese retail chain Usupso opens store in Ghy

Japanese fashion retail chain Usupso is opening three new stores at once in India.

India’s Flipkart to enter food retailing, launch private label

Walmart-owned Indian e-commerce platform Flipkart is launching a food retail business.

Sri Lanka’s Island Tea opens its first branch at home

Sri Lankan retail tea chain Island Tea has opened for the first time in its home territory with its first branch in Ella.

Karl Lagerfeld to launch in India this month

Fashion house Karl Lagerfeld is collaborating with premium Indian brand Cover Story to enter the Indian market.

Coffee Day enters partnership with Japanese retailer

Indian cafe chain Coffee Day has partnered with Japanese sales-floor support-service business Impact HD to grow its retail network in India.

India’s Myntra hires tailors as delivery agents to reduce returns

Myntra, a Flipkart-owned Indian fashion platform, has roped in local tailors to pick up packages from warehouses and deliver to customers to mend the sales gap caused by the return of ill-fitting clothes.

Asia cited as Ted Baker swings to a loss

UK fashion house Ted Baker has slumped into the red in the first half of the year, its position not helped by a 15.2-per-cent fall in sales in Asia.

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