Technology News - Inside Retail Asia
Chinese online retail platform JD has launched a joint lab with Intel that will explore the use of IoT in smart retail solutions.
A new generation Tommy Hilfiger store of the future has opened in Amsterdam.
New research reveals 75 per cent of shoppers prefer live-agent support for customer service verses 25 per cent support for self service and chatbots.
JD has partnered with Japanese chemical manufacturing giant Mitsubishi Chemical to open the largest hydroponic “plant factory” in China.
Samsonite has launched an eco luggage collection for Asia made of Recyclex, comprising 100 per cent recycled PET bottles.
Li & Fung has opened an innovation hub in Hong Kong it says will help shape the future of supply chains.
South Korean fashion label Handsome says it will release the country’s first clothes designed with AI.
Seamless in-store shopping experiences coupled with innovative advances in technology are among IGD’s five key retail trends for 2019.
Consumers globally prefer digital shopping channels in combination with physical ones, according to new research.
Mobile payments at South Korean convenience stores have more than doubled this year thanks to the greater use of smartphones.
Chinese healthcare company Tiens Group is eyeing global expansion following the success of its high-tech Shenzhen flagship store.
Nike opened its newest Nike House of Innovation overnight, a 68,000sqft, six-storey store on Fifth Avenue.