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Acne Studios launching 48-hour online pop-up

Acne Studios is launching a 48-hour online pop-up store offering curated classics.

Acne Studios launching 48-hour online pop-up

Acne Studios is launching a 48-hour online pop-up store offering curated classics.

Asia-Pacific boosts Uniqlo profit

Profit soars 24 per cent, despite a more modest 3 per cent sales lift.

Retail closures add to Wing Tai woes

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.

Criteo notes eCommerce spike

In the lead-up to the Chinese New Year, eCommerce sales in Asia grew by 40 per cent, according to performance marketing technology company Criteo.

Marrybrown expands to Singapore

Malaysian quick service restaurant chain Marrybrown Singapore has made its debut at the iFly in Sentosa.

Marrybrown Singapore opens

Malaysian quick service restaurant chain Marrybrown Singapore has made its debut at the iFly in Sentosa.

Clarks steps up in Asia

British footwear brand Clarks says it sees Asia Pacific growth as a “a key strategic focus” for the company. The 190 year old, £1.5 billion business, plans to open 100 stores in the region in the next 12 months. “As we celebrate a significant birthday, we are as nimble and entrepreneurial as ever and poised for growth,” said Nancy Huang, president of Clarks Asia Pacific. “We see great future potential for further expansion and are excited about the possibilities.” Clar…

eGG to be launched in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore

eGG, the optical boutique owned by Stelux Holdings, posted a 178.8 per cent increase in sales last year, prompting a fast tracking of store roll-out plans.

eGG rollout to be ramped up

eGG, the optical boutique owned by Stelux Holdings, posted a 178.8 per cent increase in sales last year, prompting a fast tracking of store roll-out plans.

Malaysian retailers join price cut campaign

Malaysian retailers are joining a government campaign to cut the retail price of some 82,000 goods by as much as 70 per cent.

Korean marketplace to launch in Malaysia

Korea’s largest online marketplace 11street says it will launch in Malaysia in April. The company will invest more than RM35 million (US$10 million) to drive seller participation and aims to have 11,000 sellers on board by launch date. The site will be at www.11street.my 11street’s Malaysia CEO Hoseok Kim says the company wants the new site to become Malaysia’s largest online marketplace. Established in Korea in 2008, 11street now has online marketplaces in Turkey and Indonesia…