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Dairy Farm sales rise in four business divisions

Dairy Farm International has reported like-for-like sales growth in four of its five operating divisions in the first quarter.

Ikea leasing program targets students, offices

A new Ikea leasing program set for global rollout offers students and offices subscription-based furniture solutions.

Consumers are in control – ‘and they want experiences’

Retailers must recognise consumers are in control and they are looking for experiences above all else, according to US trend expert Tom Mirabile.

Dairy Farm Group CEO says restructure will take five years

Dairy Farm Group has warned shareholders that its restructure will take five years to complete.

Ikea develops ‘intelligent curtain’

Ikea has developed an ‘intelligent curtain’ capable of purifying air.

Southeast Asia a pain point for Dairy Farm International

“Significant challenges” across the Southeast Asian supermarket business are continuing to test Hong Kong-listed multi-format retailer Dairy Farm International.

Retailers recognised at ARLC 2018

The Asia Retail Leaders Conference (ARLC) 2018 held last week bestowed awards on nine founding members of the organiser.

Ikea Norway to close stores, move online

Ikea Norway says it will close its experimental inner-city stores after an unsuccessful trial.

Dairy Farm restructures as food fuels solid sales growth

“Underperforming” subsidiaries and rising rent and labour costs are disturbing the chairman of Hong Kong-listed multinational retailer Dairy Farm International.

Ikea Southeast Asia CEO talks about copycats, culture and competition

Ikea Southeast Asia faces some unique challenges – and opportunities – as it expands its footprint.

Ikea Southeast Asia’s Toppen mall to be ‘heart and hub’ of JB

Ikea Southeast Asia’s new Toppen Shopping Centre in Tebrau, Johor Bahru, is already more than 60 per cent tenanted.

Trump tariff plan draws backlash from US retailers

Failing US president Donald Trump is facing widespread backlash from US retailers and brands over his intention to trigger a trade war with China and other nations.

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