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November Singapore retail sales were static, rising just 0.2 per cent year on year.
Technology that allows retailers to sell “experiences” instead of products will flourish, says Habbitzz CEO Alex Bono.
Increased investment by retailers in last-mile delivery is essential to uncover new revenue streams, says report.
Vietnam retail sales grew at 13 per cent last year, with food and beverage, apparel and household appliances leading the way.
Singapore’s Temasek Holdings is reportedly looking to quit its stake in Hong Kong-headquartered beauty products retailer AS Watson.
MGA Entertainment moves to protect Pooey Puitton, its “parody” of the Louis Vuitton.
South Korean retail sales rise in November as consumers splurge online.
The growth of Hong Kong retail sales in November slowed to a crawl according to Census and Statistics Department figures just released.
Increasingly complex card-not-present fraud will cost retailers US$130 billion globally in digital sales over the next five years.
More than 70 per cent of e-commerce retailers are leaving money on the table – and it all comes down to their online pricing strategy.
Bankrupt U.S. retailer Sears has been hit with a charge of approximately US$443 million due to store closures.
Global Brands Group has appointed Ronald Ventricelli as global COO and president of North America, a newly created role at the company.