Thursday, July 9, 2020
By: Manila Bulletin Shopee identifies four major e-commerce trends in 2020. The retail landscape in the Philippines has been transformed due to increased social distancing efforts, such as the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine as the nation combats the...
By: Inside Retail Asia, Korea Bizwire As more Koreans become drawn to their pets, which a lot consider as part of their family, many retailers are also keen on targeting their marketing campaigns towards the particular demographic. Lotte Home Shopping has...
By: Business Mirror The retail market in the Philippine, mainly the shopping malls, remain vigorous and upbeat, according to the SM Group. In a recent Nikkei Business Philippines-Japan Investment Forum in Tokyo, Japan, SM Supermalls COO Steven T. Tan said the...
By: Business World To reach ease out to more business owners in the city, the Quezon City government recently opened a business center in Robinsons Galleria’s Lingkod Pinoy Center last February 24. The business center will serve clients from 8 a.m....
By: Columbian.com With the virus spreading in the U.S., it could deal a major blow to the country’s more than 1,000 malls at time when many are already struggling with a slew of retail bankruptcies. New diagnoses of the disease...
By: Inquirer.net Before the year turned anew, the first one-stop shopping mall in Manila -- Harrison Plaza, ceased operations after 43 years. The 75,000 square meter area, where the old shopping complex stands will be taken over by SM Prime Holdings,...
We expressly reiterate our strong support for the immediate passage of the Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives for Enterprises Act (CREATE). CREATE is a bold, historic economic reform, one of the largest and most game changing in decades. As...
By: PTV News SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Aurora C. Ignacio said that SSS had extended the payment deadline for SSS contributions. SSS made this decision after the President placed the entire country under a state of calamity due...
By: Nancy Luna, Nation's Restaurant News McDonald’s moved one step closer to powering the making of Big Macs and fries with solar and wind energy. The Chicago-based quick-service chain said it is investing in two Texas-based startup companies that are generating...
By Inquirer.net Retail prices of rice declined year-on-year for the sixth straight month in October, pulling down inflation to a 42-month low of 0.8 percent, the government reported Tuesday. While the nationwide headline inflation rate was the lowest since April 2016’s...
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