Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2176

IRWA sneak peek at what’s featured in tomorrow’s edition of Inside Retail Weekly…

NEWS: Winning Group ups delivery game

Kitchen and laundry specialist steps up efforts to tackle last mile in 2018.

OPINION: A rocky half for local retailers

For a lot of Australia’s biggest brands, the halfway mark in FY18 has brought down significant write downs, from Myer and David Jones to Target and Bunnings’ UK venture.

FEATURE: The best of frenemies

Could the age-old battle between retailers and landlords be easing off?

FEATURE: Australia’s got talent

After all these years, it’s time to finally unearth the hidden retail talent in our own backyard.

FROM THE SOURCE: InStitchu

We chat with the founders of online menswear retailer, InStitchu, about the challenges of customisation, manufacturing and the business’ global expansion plans for the year ahead.

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