This week in Inside Retail PREMIUM
Aldi’s revealing of its pre-tax earnings this week – and impressive earnings they are – in a submission to a Senate corporate tax avoidance inquiry was a surprise move for the typically coy private company. But the Chair of the inquiry claims the move, “raises more questions than it answers”. Find out why in our lead story this week.
Independent NSW retailer, Wilson Retail, enjoyed dual wins at the recent ARA Retail Awards. This week, MD, Anthony Wilson, opens up on the challenges of succeeding as an independent.
Bookstores, like music stores, have seen sales directly impacted by digital alternatives in recent years. But on the eve of the biggest literary release of the year this week, Inside Retail PREMIUM found Australia’s leading big book retailers in a bullish mood. Read why in this issue.
Elsewhere in Inside Retail PREMIUM this week, we reveal where Hairhouse Warehouse is expanding to; speak to a global beauty chain that is doubling down on Sydney; and look at why some shopping centres succeed despite being aesthetically underwhelming.
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