Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2195
NEWS: Bras N Things, Hanes eye expansion
Lingerie chain looks to global growth under new American owners.
NEWS: Noni B finalises Specialty brand grab
SFG CEO speaks about future opportunities for City Chic.
ANALYSIS: Rise of the underdogs
Foodland and Aldi have once again beaten the big two on customer satisfaction. When it comes to retail, why is smaller so often perceived as better?
AROUND THE GLOBE: Evolution of the kiosk
Norrelle Goldring looks at the pros, cons and uses of self-serve kiosks in the retail and restaurant space.
OPINION: Too big to ignore
Franchise Council of Australia CEO Mary Aldred responds to recent criticism of the association.
OPINION: Leadership merry-go-rounds continue
As David Jones reshuffles its leadership again, Myer and Metcash’s new leaders are faced with the need to pare back their businesses.
FROM THE SOURCE: Susanne Horman, Robinsons Bookshop
Retail landlords are very interested in what expansion plans are for the company of this week’s profile executive.
SPOTLIGHT: Aussie brands
As technology continues to reshape the business landscape, Aussie retailers are keeping pace with the best brands across all industries, writes Jarrod Payne.
PROPERTY: Arcades popular as vacancies hit Melbourne CBD
New research from Knight Frank shows that Melbourne’s retail core has seen a rise in vacancy rates, as food and internationals start to dominate tenancy mixes.
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