Saturday, October 24, 2020
By: Manila Bulletin AllHome Corporation, owner of the country’s pioneer one-stop shop for home needs, is strengthening its position in Northern Luzon with the opening of its 46th location in Santiago City, Isabela. The new branch is located near the established...
by: Sunstar Almost half of the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Cebu are trying to get back on their feet despite the lingering effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. The 2019 data of the DTI recorded an estimate of 100,000...
SM Supermalls' SuperKids Day initiative won as the Best Customer Initiative at the Worlds Retail Awards at the World Retail Congress on September 18, 2020. “SM serves as a place for kids and their families to create great childhood memories,"...
By: Inquirer.net Colliers believes that the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown are likely to redefine shopping experience in Metro Manila. Even if the government fully relaxes the lockdown imposed throughout Metro Manila, subsequent personal distancing protocols likely to be implemented will...
By: Manila Bulletin A one-time 60-day grace period for paying loans, including credit card payments, will be allowed under the Bayanihan 2 law to ease the burden of the public amid the coronavirus pandemic. Republic Act No. 11494, or the Bayanihan...
By: Inside Retail Asia Ikea is to open its second second-hand furniture store in its home country, Sweden, expanding its commitment to the circular economy concept. The store, located in the ReTuna shopping mall in Eskilstuna, will stock used Ikea furniture...
By: Business Mirror Jollibee Foods Corp. said it opened its first flagship stores in Liverpool in the United Kingdom, and in the Greater Dallas Area in West Plano, Texas, in the United States. Long lines of customers were seen in the...
By: Philippine Retailing Magazine Hearts and Arrows began its operations in the country in 2003, and from a single store in Robinsons Galleria, the exquisite jewelry retailer has now grown into a network of 19 stores and five department store...
By: Philstar The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has recast its forecast for the Philippine economy to a deeper decline of 7.3 percent this year, citing subdued private consumption and investment amid the coronavirus pandemic. In its Asian Development Outlook (ADO) 2020...
By: Inside Retail Asia Officially released data for retail sales in China show a rise for the first time this year as the economy recovers from the impact of the coronavirus. Figures for August showed a year-on-year increase of 0.5 percent...
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