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Next month’s Consumer Goods Forum at the Marina Bay Sands will feature a ‘who’s who’ of international retail leaders.
Singapore retail sales rose 2.6 per cent in March as the sector’s slow but steady recovery continues.
Smart toys will represent a US$18 billion hardware and software market by 2023, predicts Juniper Research.
Nestle is to pay US$7.1 billion for global Starbucks rights outside the chain’s cafes.
Related companies UA Sports (SEA) and Triple have won commerce/retail segment recognition at this year’s Singapore SME 1000 Awards.
Investment in digital transformation is required to transition from a product-driven approach to a customer-centric model.
Singapore retail sales rose 14 per cent in February, reflecting the changed timing of Lunar New Year observation.
Listed jewellery retailer Soo Kee Group is planning to change its name.
No one can accuse luxury retailers of cutting corners where advertising spend is concerned, but they’re still left wanting writes Christophe Cais.
Samsonite Asia sales lept 16 per cent last year, driven by the acquisition of Tumi.
Singapore retail sales fell in January, however there is little to read from the figures.
Singapore retail sales were static in December, increasing just 0.6 per cent year-on-year, after excluding motor vehicles.