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Retailers wishing to succeed in the China’s omnichannel market must enable consistent customer experience across all channels to enhance customer engagement.
Estee Lauder has acquired the remaining two-thirds it does not already own of Have & Be, the Seoul-based company behind skincare brand Dr Jart+.
Apparel, footwear and brand management group Global Brands has boosted its margin from 27.2 per cent to 33.4 per cent of revenues in the last six months.
Alibaba Group has launched its Hong Kong public offering of 500,000,000 new ordinary shares on the SEHK.
Luggage company Samsonite’s net sales fell by 0.7 per cent in the third quarter, as the US-China tariff war put pressure on the US market.
Hong Kong retail sales in September were down 18.3 per cent on the same month last year, but the decline was less than in August.
“InfoObesity”, a term coined by Debra Bass, president of Johnson & Johnson, refers to how marketers are now suffering from gorging on an inconsumable amount of data.
Alibaba is resuming plans to list on the Hong Kong exchange in a move expected to raise US$10–15 billion.
Asian deals dominated global retail acquisitions in September according to a database compiled by GlobalData.
With today’s digital age and millennial generation, thriving as a brick-and-mortar travel agents has been challenging, but possible, says global travel technology company Amadeus.
Global coffee chain Starbucks is now on track to accept payments in the world’s best-known cryptocurrency, Bitcoin.
Supply chain solutions firm Li & Fung has signed a pledge under its logistics business LF Logistics to support an initiative to prohibit shipping through the Arctic Ocean.