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Retail’s biggest losers in the downturn of international travel
The international travel ban is having a knock on effect on the retail industry, Image: Bigstock.

Retail’s biggest losers in the downturn of international travel

Coronavirus has been great for technology, with platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams making it easier for companies to eliminate business travel, some of which was unnecessary anyway. For now at least, the ...
Inside the ‘arms race’ of anti-Black Friday campaigns
Here’s how The Iconic stuck to its values during Covid-19
Levi’s launches sustainable concept inside David Jones
VIDEO: Here’s how we created Australia’s 20 Coolest Retailers list

Sustainability Archives

From the source: Maggie Marilyn

Find out why Michelle Obama and Meghan Markle love this New Zealand womenswear brand so much.

7-Eleven to invest $1 billion to reach carbon neutrality

Seven & I Holdings, 7-Eleven’s parent company, is to invest US$1 billion to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, according t...

Retail is “leading by example” on sustainable energy

With more retailers pledging to power operations with 100 per cent renewable energy, the sector is showing big business ...

Why the resale market is thriving

The second-hand fashion market had been a bright spot in the broader Covid retail slump.

How one Kiwi couple turned good design into big business

Wishbone Design is a family business in Wellington punching well above its weight in the global toy market.

Startup roundup: Three sustainable swimwear brands you need to know

Three startups walk us through the process of the production of their sustainable swimwear range from the materials and ...

Beginning Boutique launches swimwear range made from fishing nets

Recycled fishing nets and plastic bottles have been converted into a sustainable swimwear range.

Opinion: Are you wasting time being a ‘woke’ brand?

There's not much point in brands being good corporate citizens if it doesn't make an impact to the bottom line.

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...

Giving textile offcuts purpose – Queen of Raw launches in Australia

Queen of Raw, an online marketplace for sustainable and deadstock fabrics, is launching in Australia, inviting designers...

Woolworths commits to use 100 per cent renewable energy by 2025

CEO Brad Banducci said customers want businesses and brands to lead the way to a carbon neutral tomorrow.

Seafolly launches new Summer collection using recycled nylon

A number of the new collection's pieces use nylon sourced from Reprieve, which transforms recycled plastic bottles into ...
Inside Retail & IVE

How physical retailers are bringing sustainability in-store

Embracing sustainable thinking and practices has become an imperative for many businesses and retailers, with sustainabl...

Coles creates carpark from recycled soft plastics

Coles has installed a concrete slab car park made partly from Polyrock, which contains recycled soft plastics, at its Ho...

Upparel partners with Save the Children to support those in need

Customers can put up to 10 kilograms of unwanted clothing, linen and shoes up for collection by Upparel, which will then...