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Starbucks has launched its mobile order & pay (MO&P) service at 32 selected Singapore outlets ahead of a city-wide launch by March next year.
Popular Japanese ramen chain Ichiran will open a pop-up at Takashimaya Singapore’s Japan Food Matsuri event.
More writedowns and restructuring costs have seen fashion retailer Esprit post another full-year loss, but the company is adamant its recovery plan is beginning to show results.
In Singapore, more and more people are connected to the Internet and the number of online shoppers follows the same trend. Back in 2014, Visa stated that approximately 26% of Sin…
New research shows the total transaction value of online remote payments for digital and physical goods will exceed US$6 trillion by 2024.
Sales at H&M stores worldwide rose by the steepest rate in three years in the third quarter.
Vietnamese startup footwear brand Saado plans to expand its retail network into the US after successful launch in Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar within just a year.
Japanese cosmetics & personal care brands Anessa, Senka, and Tsubaki have partnered with Watsons Singapore to launch a My Japanese Beauty pop-up store in Orchard Road.
A GIC-led investment group has purchased a minority shareholding in a Vingroup JSC retail business for US$500 million.
The Madewell denim brand is set to be split off from J Crew as part of a planned IPO by parent Chinos Holdings.
Gap Inc is planning to roll out Janie and Jack and Athleta stores globally, via a franchise model.
Japanese baker Hattendo is planning to ramp up its store rollout in Asia, with particular focus on Greater China and Southeast Asia.