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Australia’s Retail Food Group to target China

Australian-headquartered food and beverage retailer Retail Food Group says it will focus on greater China for its next phase of growth.

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Online redefining UK toys and games market

The UK toys and games market will grow 16.2 per cent over the next five years, reaching a total value of £4.9 billion.


Bershka SoHo pop-up covers two floors

A Bershka SoHo pop-up which opened its doors this week covers two stories of a previously empty retail space.

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H&M Germany opens first Arket store

H&M Germany has opened the nation’s first Arket store.


Nordstrom drops possibility of going private, for now

Upscale retailer halts plans, US retail sales improve.


World’s largest online retailers ranked on site usability

The world’s largest online retailers, including Walmart, Sephora and Starbucks, have been ranked according to the health and usability of their websites.


Gucci bans fur

Italian luxury brand’s decision “will radically change the future of fashion”.


Alibaba Damo Academy to run $15 billion global research program

Alibaba Group has launched a global research program, Alibaba Damo Academy.


Luxury retailer Coach rebrands to ‘Tapestry’

Fashion company looks to “grow beyond” one identity.

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Car vending machines dispense vehicles bought online

US company Carvana wants you to choose, buy and register your next car online – and will even deliver it to one of its car vending machines.


CEO confirms Ikea Vietnam expansion

The first Ikea Vietnam store is in planning, with the Swedish furniture and homewares retailer revealing it as one of its next two Asian markets.

Shoptalk Europe

Alibaba GM: Chinese consumers most well-informed and demanding globally

More insights from Copenhagen as Shoptalk Europe continues.


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