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Retail appointments

The biggest appointments of the last week.

Retail news from around the globe

All the biggest stories from the last week from around the globe.

Three cool retailers that should be on your radar

We highlight some of the less-well-known businesses on the 20 Coolest Retailers list.

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying to expand into the US and Australia

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying is planning to expand beyond Asia.

Sneak Peek: Inside Retail Magazine, November 2019

Featuring our inaugural list of the country’s most fascinating, innovative and exciting retailers.

Retail news from around the world

Ikea India expands; Warehouse problems hit Asos; and more.

Retail property news

Lowy bows out; St Mary’s Village sells for $68 million; and more.

Retail appointments

Scentre Group COO steps down; Marks & Spencer CFO departs; and more.

Rise up: Supporting working parents

Employers must develop better strategies in order to retain top talent.

How to explain buy now, pay later to your customers

Responsible retailers owe it to their customers to make sure they’re not getting in over their head.

Australian dollar falls

Aussie dollar falls overnight.

How to turn around a toxic workplace

Practical tips to encourage a great work culture.

Sneak Peek: Inside Retail Magazine, August 2019

Highlights from the latest issue – all killer, no filler.

The seven red flags of payroll fraud

Payroll fraud is often kept quiet, but it remains a problem.

What you need to know about China’s ‘new retail’

How brands and customers have embraced a new way of shopping.

LVMH sales up 15 per cent despite global tensions

LVMH shrugs off gloomy consumer sentiment in many markets.

Nine ways to grow in a tough retail climate

And how one small change makes the difference in turning a profit.

How to manage overpayment

While a worrying number of retailers have been caught underpaying staff, some have the opposite problem.

Inside the nest: Birdsnest opens its doors to customers

Birdsnest is growing its customer base by inviting them behind the scenes.

Selfridges appoints new chair

Alannah Weston is taking over from her father, Galen Weston.

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