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Korean beauty firm Amorepacific has launched a new pop-up store, “Sulwhasoo Universe”.
Chinese tech firm Huawei has launched its largest international flagship store in Madrid.
Indonesian coffee chain Wake Cup Coffee & Eatery has launched in Mumbai.
American luxury jewellery and specialty retailer Tiffany & Co will open a new freestanding boutique at Greenbelt 4 in Makati City, the Philippines tomorrow.
Online retail giant Amazon is expanding its product serialization service to Canada, India and some European countries to tackle counterfeit products in the supply chain.
Lady Gaga’s makeup brand “Haus Laboratories” will be available for pre-order on July 15.
Struggling lifestyle-fashion label Superdry has reported a loss of £85.4 million, a sharp turnaround after the £65.3 million profit of the prior year.
Asia Pacific is poised for growth in precision marketing given the increasing base of 2 billion online users.
Hong Kong’s first e-sports and dining complex – Fairwood eSports – opens this month, created by the Kowloon EStadium and listed corporate restaurateur Fairwood.
Personalistion is at the core of the brand new Muji store in Manhattan.
A buyer is being sought for troubled fashion retailer Jack Wills, which looks like having to close stores to survive.
International architectural practice Lead8 has unveiled its design for the Shanghai ITC mixed-use destination being developed by Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai Properties.