Breaking News - Inside Retail Asia

Orchestrating the collaboration imperative

FMCG manufacturers and retailers understand the importance of collaboration, but how do you orchestrate the collaboration imperative…

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.

Style Theory opens its first flagship store, taking online fashion rentals offline

Southeast Asian online subscription-based designer fashion rental service Style Theory is opening its first permanent retail store on October 18 at [email protected]

Carousell launches anti-counterfeit program to protect brand partners

Online classified-ad service Carousell is launching an anti-counterfeit program that aims to identify fake goods being listed for sale.

Setia City phase 2 expansion already 70-per-cent leased

Setia City Mall’s phase 2 expansion will make it the largest mall in Shah Alam upon completion by the second half of next year.

School House creates La Mer experience in Shanghai

New York-based creative agency School House has partnered with cosmetics brand La Mer for its Edge of the Sea campaign exhibition at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art.

New Bangkok store for Burberry in Thailand

British fashion house Burberry in Thailand has opened a new store in Bangkok.

China’s convenience-store market is booming as consumers seek speed and experience

China’s convenience-store market is booming with rapid sales growth and rapid network expansion ahead.

Kipling releases collection with Chinese designer Angel Chen

Fashion brand Kipling has released a collaboration with contemporary Chinese designer Angel Chen.

Jack Ma talks about the key to Alibaba’s success

Forbes Media has presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Alibaba Group founder and partner Jack Ma, hailing the impact of Alibaba since its launch.

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.

E-Mart plans to sell stores to reduce debt

South Korean big-box retailer E-mart will sell 13 store buildings and land to improve its financial situation.

x

SUBSCRIBE
FREE NEWS BRIEFS Get breaking news delivered