Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2180
A sneak peek at what’s featured in tomorrow’s edition of Inside Retail Weekly…
NEWS: Retailers shift focus in Sydney CBD
There could be a major shift in the Sydney city retail landscape when George Street boulevard is completed in 2019, according to CBRE.
NEWS: Chinese resellers target ‘live’ audience of millions
A new retail hub from daigou firm AuMake International has opened its doors in the heart of Sydney’s Chinatown.
NEWS: Women’s fashion retailer looks beyond product
Birdsnest plans to add hotels and luxury experiences to its offer.
OPINION: Local retailers buck the trend
In a sector that’s filled with doom and gloom lately, it’s encouraging to see a few traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers turn towards expansion.
FROM THE SOURCE: Kelly Jamieson, Edible Blooms
We chat to the retailer about entering the European market, brand development and exploring new logistics options.
FEATURE: Franchise sector falls under regulatory scrutiny
A spotlight has been shone over the franchising sector and its weaknesses lately, so where to from here for the industry?
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