Thursday, March 21, 2019
(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: ABSCBN News/AFP | January 11, 2019) Traditional retailers are taking a cue from the online world to find new ways to connect and keep customers. During the recent 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, dozens of exhibitors showcased how...
(Source: BusinessWorld | January 10, 2019) After a year the Metro Ayala Cebu was razed by a fire, the Metro Retail Stores Group, Inc. (MRSGI) has announced that it targets to complete the first phase of the rebuilding and recovery...
(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...
(Inside Retail Asia | January 7, 2019) London footwear brand FitFlop has opened a new flagship store in SM Mall of Asia. The new FitFlop Galleon store is the largest FitFlop store in the world to date and now serves as...
(Inside Retail Asia | January 3, 2019) Malaysia’s Sunway Malls is introducing metal straws among its customers. This is to help eliminate single-use plastic straws from its property, The move was made in alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | January 4, 2019) In a move to further expand the firm’s “boundary-less retail” strategy, Chinese online retail giant JD has opened two new innovative stores at Beijing Capital International Airport (BCIA) and Hohhot East Railway...
(Source: Inside Retail Asia | January 3, 2019) Increasingly complex card-not-present fraud will cost retailers US$130 billion globally in digital sales over the next five years. A Juniper Research study predicts that retailers’ slow pace in keeping up with new fraud...
(Source: Forbes | December 19, 2018) Forbes Senior Contributor Andrea Cheng shares some of the trends to expect this year: Digital natives and the brick-and-mortar sector will have an increasingly symbiotic relationship. At a recent event hosted by Fifth Wall, a venture...
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