Noni B on the brink

 

PremiumIn this week’s Inside Retail PREMIUM, Noni B has weathered many retail storms, however, auditors of the chain warn it may not withstand this one without the support of a new owner, and the chain’s survival could hinge on a purchase deal by Alceon.

On another front, dark clouds hang over Coles in the wake of new allegations by the ACCC in relation to a former supplier program – John Durkan has struck back, with his defence detailed in this week’s issue.

A youth retailer continues to push instore technologies, Kathmandu has a new rival, and one company has big ambitions to be the biggest retailer in its sector.

We also have advice for retailers looking to merge the physical and digital worlds, and our journalist Deborah Jackson takes a trip to the NSW Illawarra to check out GPT’s newest shopping centre redevelopment.

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