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Kaufland steps closer to Australian entry
The German hypermarket plans to make Melbourne its headquarters and is on the hunt for staff and new store locations.
Aldi dips toe into China
The grocery giant is working with local suppliers to expand its reach in partnership with Alibaba’s Tmall platform.
Topshop launches localised online store
Five years after opening its bricks-and-mortar stores in Australia, the fashion retailer is finally officially launching its e-commerce platform in April, complete with click-and-collect free delivery on purchases over $75 and free in-store returns.
Opinion: What lies beneath
Domino’s goes into damage control after franchisee scandal. But is it too little too late?
From the source: Gavin Port, Build-a-Bear
We chat with the CEO about the importance of creating emotional experiences for your customer and the business’ expansion plans for the year ahead.
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