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G2000 banks on technology and laser-sharp focus for growth

Embracing new technology while maintaining a sharp focus on its market position, G2000 is continuing its expansion across Asia and the Middle East.

Shopee signs Cristiano Ronaldo

Southeast Asian/Taiwanese e-commerce platform Shopee has appointed global football icon Cristiano Ronaldo as its newest brand ambassador.

Trade war, climate erode first-half Giordano sales

The China-US trade war and an unseasonably warm winter have been blamed for Giordano sales falling 11 per cent in the first half of the year.

Mama’s Choice launches in Indonesia

Halal-certified parenting-product firm Mama’s Choice has launched in Indonesia.

Pomelo Purpose range now features recycled PET fabric

The Pomelo Purpose sustainability range now features recycled PET materials.

Central Group plans to spin off retail division

Thai mall operator Central Group will list its Central Retail Corporation unit, combining retail businesses in Thailand, Vietnam and Italy.

Massive One Bangkok project will house four retail precincts

Four retail precincts will anchor a US$3.8 billion development in the heart of Bangkok unveiled yesterday, to be called One Bangkok.

Sephora data breach impacts Asia-Pacific customers

A Sephora data breach has been confirmed, spanning customers from Hong Kong across Southeast Asia and into Australasia.

A special place: How Starbucks Asia stores are designed

In Asia’s burgeoning coffee culture, design has become a key means for Starbucks to create a point of difference from rival chains.

Philipp Plein opens second Bangkok boutique

Fashion label Philipp Plein has launched its second location in Thailand.

Thailand’s Dohome launches compact ToGo chain

Thai construction materials and home renovation equipment retailer Dohome is set to expand within the territory by an additional 90 branches by the end of next year.

Four Asia-Pacific markets account for one-fifth of global travel spending

Visitors from Mainland China, the Republic of Korea, Japan and Taiwan now account for 18.5 per cent of global travel spending in the world’s top 200 cities.