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Global food e-commerce sales to nearly triple through 2023, rising to US$321 billion, report shows.
Coach and Kate Spade’s parent company says it plans to open about 100 stores in Asia this year.
Starbucks China has opened its first Signing Store, staffed entirely by deaf or hearing-impaired people. The store is in Guangzhou, in Guangdong Province which is home to about 4 per cent of China’s deaf population. It is Starbucks’ third Signing Store, following outlets in Washington DC and Malaysia. Sign lan…
The high-profile appointment of Burberry’s new creative director appears to be paying off, company says.
Embattled US department-store icon to open three new-format stores.
Upmarket British food mecca opening first international store.
French fashion house says it will launch its beauty category next year.
PVH Corp plans to buy back the Tommy Hilfiger licence in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.
Global Islamic clothing market expected to reach US$88.35 billion by 2025, study shows.
Increased investment by retailers in last-mile delivery is essential to uncover new revenue streams, says report.
Point-of-sale vendors will need to move towards mobile POS technology in order to expand their reach.
US retailer to transfer full ownership and operations of La Senza to a Regent LP affiliate.
A new generation Tommy Hilfiger store of the future has opened in Amsterdam.
South Korean shopping centre opens country’s first ‘dog lounges’ for customers and their pets.
Williams-Sonoma, Reliance Brands plan to launch Pottery Barn and West Elm in India.
Australian bag brand adds distributors in Taiwan and Mainland China.
Japanese anti-brand retailer Muji to open a new global concept store in Tokyo’s Ginza district next April.
The newly opened Nike Shanghai store has been branded the sportswear giant’s first House of Innovation.
Singapore-based beauty and luxury distributor enters Australia and New Zealand.
Global H&M sales rose 9 per cent during the third quarter to August 31.