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Outsider fashion festival

Art, fashion show for Big Box hypermart

Big Box hypermart in Jurong East will host the inaugural Outsider “anti-elitist” fashion and art festival.

VendMart Giant

Supermarket marches out machines for VendMart

Giant has clustered 17 vending machines at its new VendMart outlet at Tampines, with another five at its IMM branch in Jurong.

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Sale on cards for Crystal Jade Group

L Catterton may sell its majority stake in Crystal Jade Group.

SingPost Centre - Facade

Two years in the making, SingPost Centre opens doors

After two years of development, lifestyle destination SingPost Centre has been launched.

FairPrice@SingPost App enables customers to locate products within the store with in-store navigation

NTUC FairPrice to launch ‘living lab’ store

New technology features in the NTUC FairPrice “living lab” debut store, which officially opens at the new SingPost Centre today.

Gong Cha

SingPost Centre to have Gong Cha flagship

SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar is about to have the flagship store for returning bubble-tea chain Gong Cha.

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One door closes, more opening for 7-Eleven Singapore

Following the end of its 11-year partnership with Shell, 7-Eleven Singapore plans to roll out 80 stores.

Vietnamese Food, Banh Mi Thit

Foody Vietnam sold to Singaporean firm

Foody Vietnam has reportedly been acquired by Singaporean consumer firm Sea.

Saladstop menu

SaladStop! heading for Korea

Established eight years ago, SaladStop! is about to launch into Korea.

7-eleven Shell

Shell starting to edge out 7-Eleven Singapore

7-Eleven Singapore is about to divorce from Shell oil company after an 11-year partnership.

Gentle-Monster-store-Singapore

Gentle Monster Singapore takes movie theme

A documentary movie has inspired the theme for Gentle Monster Singapore’s new store at Ion Orchard.

Starbucks SG

Maxim’s Caterers wins exclusive Starbucks rights

Maxim’s Caterers has been fully licensed to run Starbucks Coffee Company business in Singapore.

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