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Indian fashion e-tailer Jabong takes on Esprit

Indian fashion e-tailer Jabong has added Esprit products to its portfolio.

Indian fashion portal Jabong adds Forever 21  

Indian fashion portal Jabong has added American fashion brand Forever 21 to its product portfolio.

Mothercare recovery hits a bump

After a reasonable first quarter, UK-based baby products retailer Mothercare has seen sales decline in the second.

Mothercare recovery hits a bump

After a reasonable first quarter, UK-based baby products retailer Mothercare has seen sales decline in the second.

DLF Brands quits luxury sector

DLF Brands, which runs high-street fashion brands mall Emporio in Delhi, is quitting the luxury market.

China assault by Mothercare online

A major expansion in Mainland China is planned by Mothercare online.

Weather dampens Mothercare sales

UK like-for-like Mothercare sales were up by 1.2 per cent, although this represents a slight slowdown of growth, due to a reduced store network.

Weather dampens Mothercare sales

UK like-for-like Mothercare sales were up by 1.2 per cent, although this represents a slight slowdown of growth, due to a reduced store network.

Shanghai summit draws global retailers

Dozens of global brands yet to enter the Chinese market are among 100 retailers attending next week’s Retail Real Estate Market.

International sales drive Mothercare recovery

Online sales soar as crippled UK childrenswear concept Mothercare comes good.

Mothercare enters Korea

Babywear retailer Mothercare is to launch in South Korea. The UK-based company has entered into a franchise agreement with Homeplus, a local supermarket chain owned by Tesco, to open retail stores and an eCommerce site. South Korea becomes the 17th Asian market for Mothercare. Four shops will initially open in Seoul, Suwon, Daejeon and Bucheon next month. Products will be sold online in a subsection of the Homeplus online store. “South Korea is a country we have been looking to ser…

Indian giant posts solid growth

Indian retail group Shoppers Stop has reported solid growth as it continues to gradually expand its retail store network. The company reported a gross retail turnover of Rs.844.77 crore for the quarter to December 31, compared with Rs.787.49 crore in the corresponding period last year. Net Profit for the quarter stood at Rs.13.77 crore. (A conversion to USD was not available at the time of going to press). Shoppers Stop operates 321 stores in all – large format department stores, hyperstor…