Shinsegae Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Emart’s new No Brand store in Gyeongdong Market in Seoul’s Dongdaemun district is its first collaboration with a traditional market in the capital.
Voice recognition ordering has been introduced by Starbucks Coffee Korea, thanks to a JV involving Shinsegae Group.
Shinsegae will take its supermarket brand to the US next year, vice-chairman Chung Yong-jin has announced.
South Korean department stores are ramping up efforts to attract male customers, whose growing numbers are changing the retail landscape.
Shinsegae Group’s E-mart will shut several more stagnant stores this year to improve efficiency.
Reiss has opened its first outlet for North Korea, at Shinsegae Department Store in Kangnam.
E-mart plans to enter the US by opening its premium food outlet PK Market.
A KitKat flagship store has been launched in Shinsegae’s Gangnam department store in Seoul.
South Korean retail heavyweight Shinsegae has drawn a US$938 million investment to help it build a major e-commerce business.
Shinsegae is buying Casamia for $167.8 million in a bid to tap into South Korea’s home-furnishing industry.
South Korea’s discount store E-Mart, a unit of Shinsegae Group, has started selling electric mini-vehicles.
Starbucks Korea’s annual operating profit soared past 100 billion won for the first time last year, despite intensifying competition in the domestic cafe sector.