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Asian sales hold up for Samsonite International

A soft North American market saw global sales for luggage maker and retailer Samsonite International slip 1.8 per cent i...

Samsonite marks 110th anniversary with sustainability pledge

Luggage firm Samsonite is marking its 110th anniversary with a sustainability pledge, dubbed the ‘Our Responsible Journe...

Tumi signs major sponsorship of esports

Tumi, the international travel and lifestyle brand, has committed to a seven-figure partnership with One Esports, which ...

Images: Top 50 Innovative Retail Leaders in Hong Kong 2019

More than 200 retail industry professionals gathered in Causeway Bay last night for the release of the Top 50 Innovative...
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When travel meets art: new Tumi retail concept opens at K11 Musea

A new Tumi retail concept was unveiled this week, located in the K11 Musea art mall in Kowloon.

Tech startup founder heads list of Top 50 Innovative Retail Leaders in Hong Kong 2019

Professor Edwin Keh, a passionate advocate of technology for sustainability has been named at the top of the list of Ins...

Tumi in Hong Kong opens eighth store

Tumi in Hong Kong has opened its eighth store – including its airport boutique – at Times Square.

Chris Pratt and Tumi centrestage at Pacific Place

Chris Pratt and Tumi will launch their new collaboration at Pacific Place in Hong Kong on April 30.

Second edition of Tumi recycled collection about to launch

This season’s Tumi recycled collection is exclusively available for the Asia-Pacific region from early April.

Tumi powers solid Samsonite sales growth, especially in Asia

Net Samsonite sales were up 8.4 per cent on a constant-currency basis to US$3.797 billion in the year to December 31.