Sunday, June 16, 2019
(By: Ma. Stella Arnaldo, Business Mirror) The Department of Tourism (DOT), in partnership with SM Supermalls, launched a new campaign, “Malling is More Fun in the Philippines,” to promote the country as a shopping haven in Asia. “It’s no small feat...
(By: Michelle Ann Soliman, Business World) On May 17, e-commerce site Lazada launched the first “See-Now-Buy-Now” fashion show in the Philippines at the Atrium of Eastwood mall in Quezon City. A “see-now-buy-now” fashion show allows the attendees of the live show...
(By: Linda Bolido, Inquirer.net) Consumers may soon be choosing brands not just for quality and price but also for ethical reasons. The Pinoy Prosumer Report on The Future of Trust suggests that Filipinos may start judging companies by their ethical practices—how...
The biggest and most important retail event in the country, where the top retailers converge—the 26th National Retail Conference and Stores Asia Expo (NRCE) will again bring in some of the world’s luminaries and experts in retail leadership and...
(By: 2019 New York Times News Service, news.abs-cbn.com) For years, Google and Amazon stuck to their strengths. Google’s search monopoly and universe of online services seemed to present little overlap with Amazon’s web commerce empire. But as the ambitions of each has...
(By: Tom Brennan, Alizilla) Alibaba Group is the world’s most valuable retail brand outside the U.S., say global marketing and communications group WPP and research and consulting firm Kantar. In their ranking released on Tuesday, WPP and Kantar put Alibaba ahead...
By: Business Mirror BLIMS Lifestyle Group (BLG), the pioneering Furniture retailer in the Philippines, has been serving the Filipino consumer for more than 40 years. Continuing with its mission to transform every house into a home, BLG continues its growth as...
(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...
(By Elijah Felice Rosales, Business Mirror) Local retailers asked the government to keep their foreign counterparts out of the small and medium enterprise (SME) competition by retaining the minimum paid-up capital for offshore investors at $2.5 million. In a statement, the...
(By: Inside Retail Asia) Robinsons Retail Holdings will launch up to 150 new stores in the Philippines this year. The firm published a presentation online revealing plans to invest PHP3–5 billion (US$57.8–96.3 million) on the store openings, following expenditure of PHP4.41...
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