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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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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.

Aussie skincare brand brings its A-game to China

Alpha-H is now targeting the digitally-savvy Chinese consumer, as it charts a path of international expansion across the...

From the source: Nicola Kilner, Deciem

We chat with the beauty giant's co-founder on diversity and inclusion and supporting social causes.
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Q&A: How I went from politics to luxury retail

At the peak of the pandemic in France, Dounia Wone took on a new role at luxury resale marketplace, Vestiaire Collective...
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A scoop of success: Ben & Jerry’s charts further growth in ANZ

Now that restrictions are lifting, the brand is planning to open more stores in the next 18 months.
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How I’m shaping the next generation of retail leaders

Head of retail Gabrielle Roux at womenswear brand Sheike is passionate about shaping the next generation of retail leade...
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VIDEO: Here’s how Lush is fighting racism in the workplace

When the tragic Black Lives Matter events took place in the US this year, it shook the world all over.
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Deciem CEO reveals Korean expansions plans

Since Canadian beauty giant Deciem, parent company of cult brand The Ordinary, opened its first store in Korea in 2016, ...
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From the races to the lounge: How Forever New is switching gears

The brand has observed how shoppers have changed lately and launched new initiatives to suit their lifestyle.
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Lululemon is now offering extended sizing – and it’s about time

When Lululemon founder Chip Wilson body shamed larger sized women in 2013, declaring that some of the brand’s pants “don...
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David Jones shines spotlight on First Nations designers

The department store is the latest major retailer to throw its support behind the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...
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Video: How the pandemic has changed how I lead

Since the pandemic, Hush Puppies and Clarks GM Charlene Perera has transformed the way that she runs her team and in thi...
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Inside the life of a Kathmandu visual merchandiser

We chat with Kathmandu’s visual merchandising manager Sally Roberts about her career, her passion for great spaces and h...
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From the source: Patrick Schmidt, Global Fashion Group

Schmidt shares how the pandemic accelerated Global Fashion Group's plans, its focus on sustainability and ethical supply...
Depop first Australian campaign

Why resale giant Depop is entering the Australian market

The resale market has grown in popularity as Gen Z and Millennials shoppers embrace secondhand fashion.

From the source: Alice McCall

Since Alice McCall launched her namesake brand in 2004, she has developed a cult following and is loved by celebrities a...

Global Fashion Group results signal bright future for e-commerce

With an adjusted EBITDA of €9.5 million in the June quarter, The Iconic parent company is set to grow off the back of ch...

Beauty retail giant Mecca kicks off Chinese expansion

The retailer is launching its luxury flagship store today at Tmall.
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Sydney Tools sues Total Tools over email hacking claims

Total Tools allegedly stole sensitive information about its competitor - a claim it denies.

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