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Grab has expanded its grocery-delivery service GrabMart into eight Southeast Asian markets within the last three months.
Southeast Asian fashion group FJ Benjamin opened five new online stores for recognised international fashion labels, with more to come, as it pivoted online in the wake of trading restrictions during the Covid-19 crisis.
Malaysian mall IPC mall has launched a campaign to promote recycling as part of the “new normal”.
One-year-old Malaysian startup Coffee Star has provided self-service dispensing machines – dubbed ‘Coffee ATMs’ – to medical frontliners serving free beverages during the coronavirus pandemic.
7-Eleven Malaysia sales grew by 6.1 per cent in the first quarter of this year, largely on the back of 34 new store openings, its network now expanded to 2419.
Taiwanese bookstore chain Eslite is preparing to launch in Kuala Lumpur, most likely in downtown Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia’s Sunway Pyramid mall has launched an online platform to help customers purchase safely during Hari Raya celebrations this year.
Malaysian digital grocer Mygroser is raising its first public funding round as it enhances its delivery capacities in the midst of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Iconic British menswear retailer TM Lewin has been sold by Bain Capital to private-equity company SCP through its new subsidiary Torque Brands.
Marks & Spencer Food is now available through the Foodpanda food-delivery app in three Asian markets: Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
Malaysian online medical service DoctorOnCall has entered into a partnership with Shopee Malaysia to sell Covid-19 tests online.
Covid-19 has changed Asian customers’ habits, especially in Hong Kong, as more of them decide to eat at home, according to research from Nielsen.