Michael Arnold - 2/4 - Inside Retail Singapore
UK fashion retailer Primark has introduced gender-neutral changing rooms in two stores, prompting both criticism and support from online observers.
L’Oreal’s AI and AR firm ModiFace and AS Watson Group have launched a virtual makeup try-on service.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised investors the firm is on track to double its 2016 revenues.
Zara appears to have inadvertently sparked off a social media furore over the appearance of freckled Chinese model Jing Wen.
Lazada Group has announced plans to ramp up its supermarket business in Southeast Asia.
US Mexican-themed dining chain Taco Bell says it plans to drive growth by expanding its presence in Asian markets.
South Korean private equity firm Unison Capital is selling its Gong Cha bubble tea franchise in a deal likely to fetch up to US$442 million.
Decathlon Singapore Lab, the brand’s largest store yet in the city, includes a running track.
App-store spending by consumers is expected to surpass more than US$120 billion this year.
H&M plans to introduce further digital services and features to improve its customer experience both in physical stores and online.
Increased investment by retailers in last-mile delivery is essential to uncover new revenue streams, says report.
Design Orchard mall is set to open on January 25 hosting 61 homegrown labels.