Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2184


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

NEWS: Big W cuts more prices

Discount department store continues turnaround.

NEWS: Fresh focus for major chains

Next chapter in the supermarket wars could see retailers turn to a lucrative grocery opportunity.

NEWS: Mon Purse reshuffle raises questions

How healthy is the Aussie retail startup scene?

OPINION: Wesfarmers runs ruler over retailers

The retail giant is currently Australia’s largest retailer, but looks set to surrender that crown to Woolworths when it divests its food, liquor, fuel and convenience businesses.

FROM THE SOURCE: Tristan Harris, Harris Farm Markets

We chat with the grocery firm’s co-CEO and director of buying and marketing.

INTERNATIONAL: Department stores: concessional options

Global retailers are looking to shop-in-shop concepts for inspiration.

FEATURE: Preparing for the future

Automation will enormously impact the way people work, so who’s prepared?

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