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Who’s who of retail CEOs at Consumer Goods Forum

Next month’s Consumer Goods Forum at the Marina Bay Sands will feature a ‘who’s who’ of international retail leaders.

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Department stores lead Singapore retail sales rise

Singapore retail sales rose 2.6 per cent in March as the sector’s slow but steady recovery continues.

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Smart toys market tipped for massive growth

Smart toys will represent a US$18 billion hardware and software market by 2023, predicts Juniper Research.

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Nestle to pay US$7.1 billion for global Starbucks rights

Nestle is to pay US$7.1 billion for global Starbucks rights outside the chain’s cafes.

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SME 1000 Awards: keeping it in the family

Related companies UA Sports (SEA) and Triple have won commerce/retail segment recognition at this year’s Singapore SME 1000 Awards.

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Four barriers to digital transformation

Investment in digital transformation is required to transition from a product-driven approach to a customer-centric model.

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Singapore retail sales buoyed by Lunar New Year

Singapore retail sales rose 14 per cent in February, reflecting the changed timing of Lunar New Year observation.

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Soo Kee Group plans name change

Listed jewellery retailer Soo Kee Group is planning to change its name.

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Luxury retailers ‘missing out on engagement’

No one can accuse luxury retailers of cutting corners where advertising spend is concerned, but they’re still left wanting writes Christophe Cais.

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Samsonite Asia sales boosted by Tumi

Samsonite Asia sales lept 16 per cent last year, driven by the acquisition of Tumi.

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Singapore retail sales impacted by Lunar New Year timing

Singapore retail sales fell in January, however there is little to read from the figures.

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Singapore retail sales static in December

Singapore retail sales were static in December, increasing just 0.6 per cent year-on-year, after excluding motor vehicles.

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