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In less than a year, Luckin Coffee already worth $2.2 billion

Fast-growing Chinese cafe chain Luckin Coffee has raised US$200 million in its latest funding round.

Tommy Hilfiger Amsterdam

Tommy Hilfiger store of the future opens

A new generation Tommy Hilfiger store of the future has opened in Amsterdam.

The all-new Frasers Experience multi-feature mobile app.

Frasers Property Singapore teams with EZ-Link and Honestbee

Frasers Property Singapore has launched a multi-feature app Frasers Experience.

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Samsonite launches eco luggage collection made from plastic bottles

Samsonite has launched an eco luggage collection for Asia made of Recyclex, comprising 100 per cent recycled PET bottles.

Grabpay Asiamalls

AsiaMalls partners with GrabPay across all of its properties

Shopping centre operator AsiaMalls has entered into a partnership with GrabPay.

A Business Woman Is Shopping On Smart Phone With Scanning Facial Recognition.

IGD picks five key retail trends for 2019

Seamless in-store shopping experiences coupled with innovative advances in technology are among IGD’s five key retail trends for 2019.

Digital-and-physical-shop

Consumers expect digital shopping to meet physical

Consumers globally prefer digital shopping channels in combination with physical ones, according to new research.

Qoo10 7-Eleven

7-Eleven stores to become collections points for Qoo10

Singaporean e-commerce platform Qoo10 has announced a series of new logistic options in a bid to improve its service.

Nike Nyc exterior

High-tech Nike NYC store opens with the world’s largest sneaker range

Nike opened its newest Nike House of Innovation overnight, a 68,000sqft, six-storey store on Fifth Avenue.

Lee Hwa's Jewelspace (Sephora)

Lee Hwa Jewellery opens experiential concept store

Lee Hwa Jewellery has introduced a new experiential store inviting customers to “get intimate” with jewellery.

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FedEx QR Pay targets SMEs in five Asian markets

Transport company FedEx has launched a QR-code based mobile payment system in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Australia.

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Will Next Retail supersede New Retail?  

Next Retail is shaping up as the successor to China’s burgeoning New Retail industry, says Mintel.

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