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Singapore in recovery mode

Singapore has bounced back from a drop in new business formations, with a nine per cent increase in the second quarter of this year.

German giant buys Classic Fine Foods

German retailer Metro AG has paid $290 million to buy Singapore restaurant supplier Classic Fine Foods Group from private equity owned EQT.

Waterway Point Mall Singapore 90% leased

The new Waterway Point Mall in Singapore is already 90 per cent leased, a whole six months ahead of its scheduled opening date.

BreadTalk Singapore apologises for soy slipup

Breadtalk Singapore has apologised to customers and withdrawn its soy milk for sale after a backlash on social media.

CapitaLand posts healthy quarter

CapitaLand Limited has announced a second half after tax group profit of S$464 million – 4.8 per cent up on the same period last year.

Popai Asia Summit in September

The Popai Asia Summit on September 1-2 in Singapore will focus on key trends, new insights and success stories from global leaders in retailing and shopper marketing.

HonestBee triggers Singapore food fight

HonestBee – a new online grocery concept in Singapore is promising a battle in the grocery shopping sector.

Truly a Dark Horse

Dark Horse the unique Singaporean vintage clothing retail concept, is holding a grand opening of its pop up store tomorrow, (August 1).

SingPost flourishes on eCommerce focus

Serving the booming eCommerce sector is paying off richly for Singapore’s national postal service SingPost.

Grana Singapore pop up opens

A Grana Singapore pop up has opened in the heart of the city’s retail zone, at Orchard Central on Orchard Rd.

Hamleys Singapore opens its doors

Hamleys Singapore has opened its doors inside Plaza Singapura on Orchard Rd.

Osim mulls ‘challenging’ quarter

Singapore based lifestyle products retailer Osim says trade across all its core markets were soft in the last three months.