Monday, October 21, 2019
By: Shirley Zhu Asia’s leading convenience retailers are predicted to grow 6.6% a year to 2022 by US$5.1trillion, according to forecasts from international research organisation IGD. Based on a survey of the top 10 Asian convenience retailers, the research anticipates...
By: Octavio Peralta, Business Mirror On invitation by the Philippine Retailers Association (PRA), through fellow association executive and PRA Secretary-General Evelyn B. Salire, I attended the opening of the two-day 26th National Retail Conference and Stores Asia Expo 2019 (NRCE)...
By: Kerry Liu, CEO and co-founder, Rubikloud, Retail Customer Experience For the past 10 years, consumers' retail expectations have rapidly heightened. Today, shoppers expect the same flexibility and convenience from their local grocery store as they receive from their favorite Big Box...
(By: James Cons, Retail Sector) The traditional shopping centre model is currently undergoing a seismic shift. I’ve no doubt that those centres that will thrive in the coming decades will employ an entirely customer centric experiential model. As the line between...
Interview with AWS Philippine Country Head Stephen Thomas Misa, who shared the importance of innovation and technology for retail in today’s digital age ‘Innovation is key’ may be an overused phrase, but it rings true especially in this digital age...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | March 11, 2019) Retailers must recognise consumers are in control and they are looking for experiences above all else, according to US trend expert Tom Mirabile. Mirabile said housewares suppliers and retailers need to focus all...
(Source: IGD Press Release) In many Asian markets, Chinese New Year signals the busiest trading period of the calendar for grocery retail. This year’s celebration, marking the Year of the Pig – representing good fortune, wealth and prosperity – was...
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