About the author
Before joining Inside Retail, I reported for Convenience and Impulse magazine, covering the latest in the FMCG industry. I’m currently the News and Online Editor for Australia and New Zealand at Inside Retail, also Acting Editor for our weekly magazine. I have a Master’s Degree in Digital Communication and Culture gained from The University of Sydney.
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The debut retail presence for a global icon Down Under is all about conversations first, products second, according to this week’s profile.
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We speak with the global sports giant’s general manager for Australia and New Zealand.
We chat with the heritage menswear firm’s chief executive.
We chat with the luxury travel retailer’s MD for Oceania and Asia.
E-commerce giant bridges online and offline worlds with local pop-ups.
We chat with the grocery firm’s co-CEO and director of buying and marketing.
We speak with the GM of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest seafood market.
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Department store retailer continues roll-out of $100m strategy.
New report debunks myth that retail disruptors burn through profits quickly and over-invest in “hot” technology.
No salvation for food firm.
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