7-Eleven Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Convenience-store chain 7-Eleven Thailand is recruiting 20,000 workers to make deliveries in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
7-Eleven Malaysia set a full-year sales record last year after revenue rose 6.4 per cent to $33.76 billion.
7-Eleven Singapore will collect cash payments for transactions initiated via home-grown financial-services company Pay2Home’s digital platform.
South Korean convenience-store owners are cancelling 24-service as minimum wage rise has eroded profits. Last year, president Moon Jae-in launched a campaign to raise the hourly minimum wage by 29 per cent over two years. With night-shift employees earning time-and-a-half pay, franchisees have been struggling to pay part-time staff during the small hours. Not all stores traded arou…
7-Eleven Malaysia Holding has acquired a 46.45-per-cent equity stake in local delivery firm Myinteractivelab for US$1.8 million.
7-Eleven India is poised to launch in Mumbai, marking the first major international convenience-store chain to take on local players.
Investigators have discovered 7-Eleven Japan to have been underpaying staff since the 1970s, according to a Nikkei report.
Convenience store operator 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings is to boost its stake in Caring Pharmacy Group and take control of the chain.
7-Eleven Malaysia’s profit surged 10 per cent year on year in the third quarter.
Ongoing restructuring is impacting on Dairy Farm International’s grocery and convenience sales – but total group income is up.
South Korean companies are engaged in a fierce battle with Japanese rivals in the Vietnam retail market, which has emerged as a “post-China.”
Japanese 7-Eleven parent Seven & I Holdings is preparing to cut 3000 jobs in its 2022 fiscal year.