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Dimitri Sotiropoulos

Before joining Inside Retail, I reported for Convenience and Impulse magazine, covering the latest in the FMCG industry. I’m currently the News and Online Editor for Australia and New Zealand at Inside Retail, also Acting Editor for our weekly magazine. I have a Master’s Degree in Digital Communication and Culture gained from The University of Sydney.

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Honey Birdette charts international expansion

Luxury lingerie retailer Honey Birdette will open 15 stores in the US over the next two years.

Aussie denim label taps into athleisure trend

Jeanswest looks to capitalise on high-growth segment.

Company heads split on AI business case

Retail leaders unsure over the future of human and machine partnerships.

Richard Umbers steps down as Myer CEO

Department store chain's chief quits.

Aldi refutes animal welfare policy claims

German giant says its not "industry laggard" after launch of petition.

From bad to worse for Myer

No January sales lift for department store retailer.

The commoditisation of convenience

The Iconic's chief marketing officer on the main themes to watch out for in 2018.

Aussie retail investments market set for solid 2018

NSW & QLD front runners as Australian retail sales volumes reach 10 year high.

Wesfarmers takes $1.3b hit on Bunnings UK and Target

Leadership changes made as conglomerate signals major writedowns.

Seafolly dives into multi-branded game

Iconic brand's new CEO signals intent to "create the ultimate multi-brand destination, a Sephora of beach lifestyle.”

Woolworths unveils store of the future

Supermarket giant's latest format to form bedrock of future plans for portfolio.

Big names sign up to new labelling scheme

Retailers commit to nationwide initiative.

High-end Aussie eyes global targets

Rising revenue and global expansion fuel optimism for fashion retailer.

Make competition irrelevant

Burgeoning retailer bullish on navigating a crowded marketplace.

Department store giants bank on exclusivity

Big names look to entice customers through holding exclusivity.

Diana Ferrari to close all stores

Footwear chain looks to clicks over bricks.

Bricks and mortar far from dead

'Online doom and gloom' fails to deter centre's Christmas optimism.

H&M looks to e-commerce, announces store closures

Fashion giant partners with Chinese giant, sales slow in latest results.

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