Lawson Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Muji products will soon be stocked in Lawson Japan outlets, and further daily-use products will be developed under a new private brand.
Grab has expanded its grocery-delivery service GrabMart into eight Southeast Asian markets within the last three months.
Lawson Philippines plans to grow its network from just 50 stores to about 500 within five years.
Saha Group is opening a new wave of Lawson Thailand convenience stores in subway stations and airports.
Chinese re tech company Yo-ren has secured US$11 million in a funding round it plans to use to expand into Thailand and Malaysia.
Chinese retail tech company Yo-ren has secured US$11 million in a funding round it plans to use to expand into Thailand and Malaysia.
Japanese convenience store chains are boosting their healthcare offer to counter pharmacies.
FamilyMart Philippines, partly owned by the Ayala and Tantoco groups, is up for auction.
Lawson Japan expects a 4 per cent growth in net profit for its half-year to August, defying a projected 7 per cent decline.
Korean online shoppers can soon use the Uniqlo 7-Eleven pick-up service: buy online and collect at a local convenience store.
Tokyo’s Ginza Six, the district’s largest mall, is on track to open in April.
Customers of Rakuten Books can now pick up their online purchases at Lawson convenience stores.