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Jo-Anne Hui-Miller

Jo-Anne Hui-Miller is managing editor - premium & features at Inside Retail. Jo has been reporting on news and current affairs ever since she began snooping around her parents’ bedroom, eavesdropping on phone conversations and writing what she discovered in her diary since she was in primary school. So really, she’s been wrangling major deadlines since she was six years old and has now mastered the fine art of juggling several of them at the same time. From the Sydney Morning Herald to News Corp and Telstra, Jo has been covering the business sector for almost 15 years and she’s as comfortable chatting to global CEOs and discussing business strategies as she is checking out the hottest new in-store experiences and attending fashion runway shows.

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Q&A: How we (finally) pulled the trigger on launching our own brand

After years spent working on other brands, here’s why Jodie Piper and Craig Wissler decided it was time to launch their ...

Cartier: Why physical retail is still important

A chat with Cartier’s managing director of ANZ about the brand's latest store activation in Sydney.

Q&A: Why running a family business is the best job I’ve ever had

We chat with Elk founder and creative director Marnie Goding about starting her own sustainable fashion label.

VIDEO: Here’s what it’s like to work in the adult retail industry

Lovehoney director and head of operations Rob Godwin reveals what he enjoys most about his job and why it’s time the mai...

Why The Body Shop is going back to its activist roots

The ethical cosmetics and skincare brand is launching its activist store concept in Melbourne this weekend.

“We’re for everyone”: How Havaianas is embracing diversity and inclusion

The global footwear brand is set to unveil a major Pride activation at its Bondi store this week.

Why this K-beauty brand is doubling down on Canada

The History of Whoo has been gaining traction in Canada for years. Here's what's driving its success.

A leap of faith: Why I launched a business in a pandemic

In a time of crisis creativity and inspiration are often born. Here are the stories of how three small business were lau...

From the source: Yuki Yamada, Uniqlo Singapore & Malaysia

We chat with Uniqlo’s CEO about the unveiling of a Uniqlo theme park, the launch of new localised store concepts and how...

Five minutes with Aria Wigneswaran, Depop

We chat with Depop general manager Aria Wigneswaran about the bright future for circular fashion

Q&A with Sara Trilling, Starbucks Asia Pacific

Global coffee giant aims to offer both customers and staff somewhere they can belong, wherever they are in the world.
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From the source: Clothing the Gap

This Aboriginal-owned social enterprise sells cool tees with a message and aims to unite Indigenous and non-Indigenous A...
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Senreve: Welcome to the new world of luxury

Here's how a DTC bag brand is changing the game in luxury.

From the source: Sean Ashby, Aussiebum

Founder Sean Ashby discusses product innovation, SMS marketing and the importance of local manufacturing.

How this former Yoox exec plans to transform a beauty start-up

Claire Chung has worked all over the globe in luxury, but now she’s set to lead Ignae’s expansion into Asia.

Q&A: Why Champion has social street cred

The sportswear market is flooded with brands, but 100-year-old Champion is still going strong.
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Q&A: Life as an ethical buyer at Lush

Inside the Lush boss Elisia Gray's world.

Q&A: Here’s what being a buyer at Superdry is like

We chat with the head buyer of Superdry ANZ about the glam (and not-so-glam) parts of the job.

No more ‘vanilla’: Freedom CEO reveals major turnaround plans

Here's why the Australian furniture retailer is returning to its design-led roots in its latest rebrand.
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David Jones bets on blowdries and beauty

In this exclusive interview, the department store reveals its latest beauty services.