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Technology and social media are strong elements in a new multi-label sneaker and lifestyle concept store in Singapore, The Social Foot.
Global retail and brand consultancy Fitch worked closely with Telekom Malaysia (TM) on the concepts for its TMpoint stores format.
Yue Yuen says retail sales of its sportswear in Greater China rose 16.3 per cent in the year to December 31.
New Balance India is to make a comeback – and says it aims to open about 50 stores within the next few years.
A refocusing of the Times Square retail offer has paid off for parent The Wharf Holdings.
Harbour City retail revenue rose 5 per cent last year and demand for space from prospective tenants remains high.
Higher administrative expenses as the group closed retail outlets in Singapore were among the factors contributing to earnings dropping below expectations for Wing Tai Holdings.
Brands and retailers should find it easier to move goods across China and the Asia Pacific with the formation of a new global logistics company, SP Commerce. It is the result of Singapore Post integrating its eCommerce division, SingPost eCommerce, with the US company it recently acquired, Trade Global Holdings, and the Jagged Peak company. The integration helps Singapore Post expand its eCommerce logistics footprint in the US and provide access to markets in China and the rest of the Asia…
China’s emerging middle class is shunning Rolexes in favour of brands which help them enjoy the great outdoors.
Lobby group the Clean Clothes Campaign aims to shame the world’s large fashion brands into supporting a Cambodian minimum wage rise.
Shoemaker and retailer Yue Yuen Industrial says retail and wholesale sales of sportswear in Greater China rose 19.6 per cent in the first nine months of this year, due to an expanding store network.
Adidas India has received government approval to own and run its own stores.