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I.T’s Orange Forest has opened its doors at The One shopping mall in Tsim Sha Tsui – here’s a look inside.
Singapore and Hong Kong-backed gaming company Razer has opened a flagship store in London’s West End as it tries to boost its global reputation.
A three-day Kiehl’s Seoul pop-up store was unveiled on Saturday, drawing several of South Korea’s most famous KoLs and incorporating multiple digital touchpoints and VR.
Juniper Research has revealed its top 10 technology trends for 2020, with 5G data network the standout.
On Singles Day this year, China’s largest online retailer JD.com launched a 50,000 sqm JD superstore in Chongqing, Mainland China. Nicknamed the E-Space store, the massive, 5G-equipped high-tech complex is designed to flex JD’s strengths in retail technology, logistics, and services. More than 30,000 customers crammed into the store, purchasing over 10 million RMB worth of products t…
Singapore hardware chain Home-Fix is closing its last physical stores this week as it appears to be being wound down under interim judicial management.
Beijing-based e-commerce retailer LightInTheBox achieved US$59.9 million sales in its third quarter to September, up 35 per cent year on year.
South Korean retail giant E-mart is closing loss-making specialty stores as it responds to falling sales in a gloomy retail market.
Japanese airline ANA has opened a pop-up shop equipped with avatar robots that enable customers to shop remotely.
US chain Chili’s Grill & Bar has opened its first restaurant in Vietnam in partnership with local food-franchise operator Golden Gate Restaurant Group.
7-Eleven India is poised to launch in Mumbai, marking the first major international convenience-store chain to take on local players.
A Chinese court has ruled Japanese retailer Muji must pay RMB626,000 (US$89,000) and apologise to a local firm after losing a trademark-infringement case.