Robert Stockdill - Inside Retail Singapore
AsiaMalls Management explains how its AMperkz app uses technology to the advantage of brick-and-mortar tenants.
US casualwear retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is about to unveil its first concept store for 15 years.
Starbucks Asia is rolling out Teavana in 6200 stores across its 16 Apac markets.
The parent of the Pizza Hut business in the UK appears to be at the front of the queue in the French Connection sale.
Apple China’s sales fell 30 per cent in what one retail analyst described as “another fairly rotten quarter” for the tech giant globally.
Hong Kong-based apparel brand Grana.com comprehensively debunks the theory you cannot deliver great customer experiences online.
Furla Asia-Pacific is planning more flagship stores after the region delivered 53 per cent sales growth for the 89 year old family-owned Italian company in 2015.
Bossini profit may fall up to 90 per cent in the half year to December 31, the company has warned shareholders.
Courts Asia has posted a 253 per cent quarterly increase in profit as its pan-Asian expansion strategy starts to pay off.
US casual dining chain Buffalo Wild Wings is in varying stages of securing master franchisees in at least six more Asian countries.
SingPost’s clever embracement of the online shopping revolution through its POPStation network is an initiative other nations’ postal services should take close note of.
Ikea Singapore is the target of a social media protest for sponsoring a religious extremist who believes homosexuals are a threat to the nation.