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Sneaker giant Nike has introduced its new retail concept Nike Rise in Guangzhou, China.
Nike sales in China surged 11 per cent last year, marking the sixth consecutive year of double-digit growth in the market for the US sports brand.
A giant Nike Thailand flagship store has opened in Bangkok’s Siam Center, with a footprint spanning more than 9000sqft.
Nike online sales soared 36 per cent in the February quarter, compensating in part for a slump in sales across Mainland China which was in lockdown for much of January and February due to the coronavirus outbreak.
When retailers create environments that merely reflect the category they’re in, they end up looking and feeling much the same, which, from a customer’s perspective, is nothing remarkable.
The recent Sportcal analysis, Sponsorship in the Apparel Sector, showed that esports apparel deals tripled last year.
Nike has signed on as the official kit provider of presumptive English Premier League 2020 champions Liverpool FC.
The first Sihanoukville mall, the 6000sqm Furi Times Square opened on Monday, a project backed by local Furi corporation and investment from Macau and Hong Kong.
When major global brands like Ikea and Nike announce they are exiting a major global platform like Amazon, it is clear that a strategic shift is in the making
Alibaba’s Singles Day retail promotion is over for another year – and predictably a new record was set.
Nike has agreed to sell its Hurley brand to Bluestar Alliance.
Supply chain solutions firm Li & Fung has signed a pledge under its logistics business LF Logistics to support an initiative to prohibit shipping through the Arctic Ocean.