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Keep it real when engaging with Gen Z, says Jonah Stillman

Jonah Stillman explains how brands should engage with Gen Z, the first digital natives who are driven by a fear of missing out…

Changi Airport rents halved in wake of coronavirus outbreak

Retailers at Changi Airport will be granted half-cost rents for six months, backdated to February 1 due to the impact on passenger movements resulting from the coronavirus epidemic.

Launching this year: Mos Burger in Vietnam

Mos Burger in Vietnam will open its first store in Ho Chi Minh City later this year, with 10 outlets planned during the next htree years.

McDonald’s scented candles top new merchandise range

McDonald’s scented candles are among a range of new merchandise items released by the fast-food giant in the US.

Bargain rate for Victoria’s Secret proves it was ‘asleep in a woke market’

That L Brands has opted to sell a majority stake in Victoria’s Secret is a tacit recognition that the brand was on the road to nowhere under its previous leadership.  This is underlined by the departure of Les Wexner as CEO and chairman of the company. The deal with private-equity company Sycamore potentially gives Victoria’s Secret a chance to reassess and rebuild. However,…

Apple China reopens stores

Apple China has reopened 10 more stores in China, as business begins to return to normal despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Jollibee Foods profit slides despite strong fourth quarter

Philippine restaurant brand Jollibee Foods suffered a 14.4-per-cent drop in earnings last year after operating income fell by 25.1 per cent.

Loss-making Bauhaus to close 10 stores, axe 100 staff

Hong Kong fashion group Bauhaus International says it will close up to 10 loss-making stores in Hong Kong.

Puma experiences its best year yet as sales soar globally

Puma’s worldwide sales surged 18.4 per cent last year, to €5.502 billion and its pre-tax profit rose 40 per cent to €262 million.

Don Don Donki Thailand to expand after success of debut store

Don Don Donki Thailand will expand its retail network this year after positive trading performance of the first outlet.

Bossini loss balloons as protests hit Hong Kong sales

Apparel retailer Bossini has revealed a loss of HK$93.7 million during the six months to December – more than triple the $25.7 million loss of the same period a year earlier.

Calvin Klein and Allsaints ban fur across ranges

Hong Kong fashion brands management firm Global Brands Group says it will ban fur across its Calvin Klein and Allsaints clothing ranges.