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Brands: leveraging the New Retail landscape

The current retail landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, forcing both brands and retailers to adapt quickly, explains Simon Clarkson.

Online and New Retail concepts in China driving FMCG market growth

Online and New Retail concepts in China are driving FMCG growth according to a report by Bain & Company and Kantar Worldpanel.

New Retail model boosts Vietnam’s Seedcom

Vietnam retail-management company Seedcom’s revenue has grown by 520 per cent in just four years, driven by its focus on New Retail.

Alibaba ‘on the right side of trade war’ says Tsai

Alibaba executive chairman Joe Tsai confident his company is on the right side of the trade war between the US and China.

Inside China’s burgeoning local services market

Local services – the use of online platforms to link consumers with offline lifestyle services and on-demand delivery – are booming in China.

Happy Lemon teashop showcases Alibaba technology

Happy Lemon has teamed up with Koubei, Alibaba Group’s local-services app, to upgrade its in-store technology, including a new drink-making robot.

Fung Retailing and Alibaba to take lifestyle brands into China

Fung Retailing and Alibaba have formed a strategic partnership to launch more international lifestyle brands in Mainland China.

Tmall and Swire Properties launch New Retail initiative

Tmall and Swire Properties are launching a New Retail initiative creating tailored retail experiences at Swire Properties’ five mainland malls.

Alibaba’s second-quarter revenue rises 54 per cent

Alibaba’s second-quarter revenue grew 54 per cent year on year, reaching RMB 85.1 billion ($US12.3 billion).

Will Next Retail supersede New Retail?

Next Retail is shaping up as the successor to China’s burgeoning New Retail industry, says Mintel.

Habitat by Honestbee merges online and offline in technology testbed

Habitat by Honestbee in Pasir Panjang is billed as “the world’s first tech-integrated multi-sensory grocery and dining destination of its kind”.

Alibaba Group revenue soars 61 per cent

Alibaba Group revenue soared 61 per cent in the second quarter as the company added 24 million active annual consumers.

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