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Do Best cosmetic

Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best eyes Asian expansion

Japanese cosmetics brand Do-Best is looking at opportunities in the Philippines and broader Southeast Asia markets.

Tealive

Malaysian bubble-tea stoush now question of loyalty

Malaysia’s Chatime bubble-tea stoush continues, with a fresh argument regarding outlet loyalties.

Esprit Hong Kong flagship

Esprit Holdings moves out of the red

Esprit Holdings reports a “significant recovery” in turning around a HK$238 million loss to a net profit of HK$61 million.

Bossini-HK

Profits, margins grow for Bossini International

First-half revenue fell 11 per cent for Bossini International for the period to December 31.

Google shopping

Google Shopping Ads roll out in Singapore

Brands have a faster way to reach shoppers in Singapore with the launch of Google Shopping Ads.

Innisfree _Yoona

Innisfree to launch in Indonesia

Innisfree is launching in Indonesia in conjunction with Time International.

Longines and DFS Group celebrated the grand opening of the Longines boutique inside T Galleria by DFS, City of Dreams’ in the newly expanded Watches and Jewelry Hall

Longines ambassador Lin Chi-Ling attends Macau launch

Longines ambassador Lin Chi-Ling attended the launch of the watch brand’s new Macau boutique.

Doutor Coffee

Doutor Coffee arrives in Malaysia

Doutor Coffee has opened three Malaysian outlets: in Bukit Tinggi, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur.

Hooters-Marina-Bay-Singapore-2

Hooters of Singapore leads Asia expansion

Hooters of Singapore Marina Bay has opened, led by franchisee Destination Properties Group.

chatime

Chatime Malaysia outlets to rebrand

Chatime bubble-tea outlets in Malaysia will be rebranded as a result of a dispute with the master franchisor.

H&M

H&M Asia looks to eCommerce

H&M Asia will open online stores in five more markets this year.

Asian young woman in fashion store or shop paying with credit card

Emerging Asian nations producing more international travellers

Outbound travellers from emerging Asian nations outnumber those from developed countries, a new report shows.

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