Saturday, September 19, 2020
By: Inquirer Lifestyle Six months into the lockdown, many people have settled into a groove. They know to socially distance themselves, frequently wash their hands and use face masks whenever they’re out in public. Those fortunate enough to have disposable income...
By: Insider As the world tries to find unity in crisis amidst the COVID-19 outbreak that has upended industries around the world, the fashion industry has been hit hard. The fashion industry according to McKinsey is one of the world’s largest,...
By: Bain & Company Around the world, COVID-19 has accelerated retail’s transition to a digital future, but new research from Bain & Company reveals that Asia-Pacific will get there first. Representing about three-quarters of the world’s retail growth and boasting...
By: Forbes Here's a excerpt from an article from Forbes on tips on what to check when you reopen post-covid: My heart sincerely goes out to the 30% of small business that are estimated to be unable to re-open after the...
By: Negosentro.com As of August 10th, the DOH recorded 59,970 active cases, bringing its total to 129,913. Before the surge of COVID-19 cases, businesses across the country had started reopening. In fact, salons and barbershops in areas under general community...
By: Philstar Life An excerpt from an article by SM Malls President Steven Tan for Philstar Life “It’s hard to start something, but it’s even harder to restart.” Such a timely quote for the challenging times we are in. But Filipinos have...
By: Manila Times Malling as a lifestyle is ingrained among Filipinos not only for shopping but also for dining, entertainment and socializing. This favorite pastime came to a halt when the coronavirus pandemic broke out in March 2020. The Manila Times’ first...
By: Inquirer.net The pandemic has presented not only pitfalls but also opportunities for major fashion retailers. While reopened stores struggle to make up for the losses of the monthslong closure, retailers like to believe that the past three months didn’t...
By: Manila Bulletin Welcoming customers back is a priority of one of the country’s retail giants, Rustan’s Department Store. Donnie Tantoco, president of Rustan Commercial Corp., chats with Manila Bulletin Lifestyle on how they put health measures at the center...
By: Insider COVID-19 is presumably going to be the most defining event of this year. Its social and economic impacts are unfolding in a way that beats most estimates. While there are several actions being taken by marketers across the world,...
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