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Sports & adventure

Sports & adventure Archives

Asics plans giant strides in “cutthroat” Indian market

Japanese sportswear brand, Asics, opened its first store in India seven years ago, and is steadily growing in the hyper-...

Hyundai Department Store arm launches golf wear label with Lanvin

The second half of the year will see the opening of 10 Lanvin Blanc physical outlets, most of which will be located in m...

In Singapore, Zalora launches supermart-style pop-up with Adidas

The supermarket-inspired pop-up store is located at Bugis Junction, Singapore.

Swanndri is beloved by Kiwis, but can it become a global brand?

New Zealand outdoor clothing retailer Swanndri is looking to key overseas markets for growth, as it evolves beyond its w...

Al-Futtaim’s retail president Regis Schultz joins JD Sports as CEO

Schultz has held the president of retail role at the Dubai-based conglomerate Al-Futtaim Group since 2019.

Puma raises revenue outlook, handling China woes better than Adidas

"It's not easy for everyone," Puma Chief Executive Bjorn Gulden said, adding his company "cannot expect growth in China ...

Chinese women flock to surfskating, driving a new retail boom

At one of "Burning Ice" skateboard shop's five Beijing branches, revenues were up around 300 per cent this year.

Arc’teryx plots Japan expansion with three brand stores

Arc'teryx is a design firm with a focus on long-lasting outdoor clothing and gear headquartered in North Vancouver, Cana...

Naver’s Kream buys stake in Malaysian resale platform

The company said the move is part of its ambition to further expand its influence in the Asian booming resale market.

Hypebeast opens its first Hypegolf store in Japan

The Hypegolf Japan store is situated in the centre of Daikanyama and acts as a hub for learning about golf.