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As Bangkok malls reopened in line with relaxed lockdown rules, Thais are being forced to download a tracking app to enter properties, sparking privacy concerns.
Southeast Asian non-franchise grab-and-go beverage retailer Kopi Kenangan has raised US$109 million in Series B funding led by the firm’s existing investor, Sequoia Capital.
The relationship between retail landlords and tenants is set to change forever after the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Thai real estate executive Jariya Thumtrongkitkul.
High-end brands have taken to online social networking platform Line to sell luxury products during the Thai coronavirus lockdown.
Thailand’s CP Group will launch 7 Eleven Cambodia next year after winning the franchise rights for the country.
The first Siam Makro store in Myanmar has opened its doors as the Thai-based cash & carry operator eyes the fast-growing food service sector in the rising country Myanmar.
Thai retail conglomerate Central Group is reducing and pegging the price of more than 3000 essential consumer products to help citizens impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two Asian retailers have been named in a global housewares awards sponsored and organised by the Inspired Home Show and the IHA.
Thai shopping centre operator Central Pattana is promoting new hygiene and preventive measures to reassure customers their centres are safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shopping behaviour in Asia will be redefined by the Covid-19 crisis, according to new research from retail solutions provider Tofugear, Digital Consumer in Asia 2020.
Zalora is positioning itself as the first online fashion retailer in Southeast Asia to create a sustainable fashion ecosystem, achieving positive change in environmental impact, and inspiring customers to shop in a more conscious way.
New research has shown that some shifts in Asian consumer behaviour in response to the coronavirus outbreak could be lasting beyond the pandemic.