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Top Chinese retailtech enterprises revealed

Notable Chinese retailtech firms are small in size, heavy on IT personnel, and largely located around the Beijing-Tianji...

Covid-19 has fuelled digital boom in Greater China, says KPMG

Chinese buyers on the mainland and in Hong Kong have steadily migrated towards e-commerce in the midst of the continuing...

Covid-19 will speed up the reshaping of global retail trends, says KPMG

Covid-19 has accelerated key underlying global retail trends that were already reshaping the industry according to a new...

Logistics brands top customer experience rankings

Hong Kong-based consumers have named logistics brands as top performers for customer experience excellence (CEE), accord...

Digital-savvy consumers are transforming consumer shopping behaviour, says report

Fast-emerging digital technologies are transforming consumer shopping behaviour, according to a new report by KPMG China...

Hong Kong’s most innovative retail leaders to be revealed tonight

Hong Kong’s most innovative retail leaders will be revealed at a function in Causeway Bay tonight.

Much work ahead to achieve sustainable fashion industry, says KPMG report

Much work remains to be done towards building a sustainable fashion industry according to a new report by KPMG, together...

Buyers line up for troubled Jack Wills

Prospective suitors are lining up to bid for troubled fashion retailer Jack Wills.

Ethics and digital transformation will fuel consumer and retail M&A trends

The value and volume of global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) will likely decline this year amid pockets of growth in at...

Greater Bay Area shoppers plan to spend more online than offline

A new survey has found that 52 per cent of Greater Bay Area shoppers expect their online spending next year will exceed ...

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