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Australian CBD retail vacancies rise as customers move online

Fashion retailers were the most impacted, while shopping arcades saw larger vacancy rates when compared to strip locatio...

France rolls out vaccination requirement. Here’s what it means for you

As the Delta strain of Covid-19 continues to spread around the world, some governments are making proof of vaccination o...

How online retailer Style Story is riding the K-beauty wave

Here's how Style Story's founder entered the K-beauty market, which is projected to reach $21.8 billion by 2026.

Sweden’s Klarna buys influencer marketing platform

Klarna said Stockholm-based APPRL, which helps content creators and retailers cooperate, was the latest addition to its ...

Reimagined malls, localisation and VR: Here’s the future of retail in India

India has managed to leapfrog so many retail trends and is now honing its retail game to grab a larger share of the futu...

Here’s how Best & Less plans to stand out in the crowded discount sector

CEO Rodney Orrock explains how the company's reputation for quality clothing at affordable prices and strong focus on th...

EU gives Google 2 months to improve hotel, flight search results

The latest grievance centres on the prices on its services Google Flights and Google Hotels.

Fresh food labelling: The next frontier for grocers

Bringing detailed nutritional labelling to raw foods like meat is the new frontier for the food sector.

Filipino politicians come out in support of local fashion industry

Philippine vice president Leni Robredo and other politicians proudly wore a newly created golden brooch from the Philip...

Kakao’s aggressive expansion worries many

Kakao’s strategy is to enter the taxi and banking industries, as well as other sectors lacking mobile services.