Saturday, February 23, 2019
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | February 14, 2019) Alibaba Group Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai says the firm is unperturbed by China’s economic slowdown. Quoted in a Bloomberg report, Tsai said Alibaba is “delinked” from a Chinese economy in which more and...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | February 13, 2019) Ikea is turning to services to increase turnover and boost engagement with customers. Moreover, partnering with specialist companies in such areas as delivery and assembly allow it to focus on product design and...
  (Inside Retail Asia | February 11, 2019) Swedish fast-fashion retailer H&M said its profit dropped in the year to November 30, blaming investment in its online business for the decline. The world’s second largest clothing retailer embarked on a transformation program...
(Business Mirror | January 19, 2019) The number of Australians who are buying healthy food, particularly fresh fruit, is increasing based on the report of Euromonitor Digest. “The rising demand for healthy food that can be consumed on the go is among...
(Source: Hindustan Times | January 18, 2019) Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Ltd. will roll out its online shopping platform to 1.2 million retailers and store-owners in India, starting on an ambitious plan to take on Amazon.com Inc. and Walmart Inc.’s...
(Source: ABS-CBN News/AFP | January 18, 2019) Apple chief executive Tim Cook appealed to US lawmakers to pass privacy legislation that would allow consumers to see and delete their harvested online personal data from a central clearinghouse. In his writing in...
(Source: Rappler | January 10, 2019) Christmas delivered mixed fortunes for Britain's retailers, earnings and data showed, as the sector battled a "perfect storm" of higher costs, fierce online competition, stretched household budgets – and Brexit. The nation's biggest retailer, supermarket...
(Source: FastCompany | January 2, 2019) Everybody, I’d like to announce that the retail apocalypse has been officially cancelled. It turns out, humans do occasionally like putting down their smartphones, leaving their sofas, and going to a real brick and...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | January 11, 2019) Hong Kong-based healthcare and beauty retailer Watsons continues expansion and is set to launch in Vietnam on January 17, in the lower floors of the high-profile Bitexco tower in downtown Ho Chi...
(Source: Forbes | January 8, 2019) And insightful article by Product Launchers CEO Linda Murphy on how technology and e-commerce will continue to bring in positive changes and disruptions to retail businesses in 2019: Technology continues to play a huge role...
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