Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2136
Local fashion retail undergoes shake-up
With another onslaught of international brands preparing to enter the Aussie market, local retailers are sharpening their defences.
Grocery Run plots expansion
The online supermarket retailer is ramping up it business this year, with the implementation of same-day dispatch orders and an expanded range of products.
Honey Birdette brings raunch to the US
The luxury lingerie brand launches US website ahead of plans for further international expansion and founder Eloise Monaghan speaks for the first time about the workplace controversy surrounding the brand last year.
From the source: Temple & Webster
We chat with co-founder and CEO Mark Coulter about bouncing back, the democratisation of design and style, scaling up and catering to the changing customers’ needs.
Feature: JD Sports ready for battle
Despite the crowded sports retail and activewear market, head of JD Australia Hilton Seskin is prepared for the challenge, with the launch of the first store slated for 27 April in Melbourne.
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