Technology News - Inside Retail Asia
Japanese railway network operator JR East is testing an unmanned store in a Tokyo railway station.
Danish toy producer Lego has opened a store in Yokohama Landmark Plaza this week, introducing “Lego Mosaic Maker” to Japan.
A new social media platform will combine AS Watson Group, telco ‘3’ and Meitu.
Habitat by Honestbee in Pasir Panjang is billed as “the world’s first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind”.
VR system increases furniture sales by 60 per cent.
Fast-fashion retailer H&M has announced a global partnership with online payments provider Klarna.
JD Central has revealed plans to open automated stores, starting next year in Bangkok.
Malaysian cafe chain Oldtown White Coffee has launched a concept store at Suntec City Mall.
Fast-fashion retailer Inditex has opened its first Zara China concept store, in Shanghai’s CBD.
Mobile payment platform WeChat Pay has announced its first mall partner in Singapore.
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An SK-II Smart Store has opened in Shanghai featuring facial recognition, computer vision, and AI technology.