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How Pharell avoids the usual pitfalls of celebrity product launches
Humanrace, a skincare line by Pharrell, has consumers rushing to the checkout. Image: Bigstock.

How Pharell avoids the usual pitfalls of celebrity product launches

US singer, songwriter, rapper and fashion designer Pharrell Williams added another string to his bow last week when he launched his own skincare line, Humanrace. After going live on Thursday, November 26, w...
How Bassike’s new flagship brings the brand full circle
Starbucks partners with Kate Spade New York in accessories collection
KFC delivers for Collins Foods, though Sizzler fizzles
It’s all over for Debenhams as liquidators appointed

Sectors Archives

Chemist Warehouse and Sherpa to offer two-hour deliveries

The two-hour service will be available to most online shoppers subject to their location and accessibility.

Shock but not surprise: Topshop-owner’s collapse was ‘a long time coming’

Arcadia Group has just become the UK’s biggest corporate casualty of Covid-19, but analysts say its troubles started lon...

Woolworths arbiter appointed to oversee compliance complaints

Supermarket brings operations more inline with compliance code recommendations.

Cartier launching new collection in Australia’s first ‘ephemeral boutique’

.The store will feature the luxury brands’ collections, such as fragrances, leather goods, watches, jewelry and eyewear.
Scratch pet food

From the source: Mike Halligan, Scratch Pet Food

Mike Halligan, co-founder of subscription online retailer Scratch Pet Food, shares why you can’t always trust what you r...
Two mannequins in a Kathmandu store

Kathmandu CEO resigns to head up Austrade

Xavier SImonet steps aside after five years at the helm of the outdoor fashion business.
Foodland supermarket

How Foodland is punching above its weight to win over customers

Foodland CEO Franklin dos Santos shares thinking behind five-year growth plan, how the retailer competes with the big gu...

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.

Cheers! How liquor brands can prepare for the festive season

The pandemic has changed how we work, shop – and drink. Here's what retailers need to know.

Zappos founder dies

The visionary founder of Zappos has died from injuries sustained in a house fire.

VIDEO: How Revlon introduced workplace flexibility

Cosmetics giant Revlon has recognised the need for its people to spend quality time both at work and home.

A look inside Meidi-Ya’s largest flagship store in Singapore

The upmarket grocery store features delicacies flown in straight from Japan and a food hall with seating for 88 people.

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie: Why overseas giants are eyeing local brands

World-leading products are being manufactured here on our shores - and international players are paying attention.

More red ink for Global Brands as revenue falls by nearly half

Global Brands is looking to its DTC business to restore long-lost profit for its shareholders.
Toys R Us

Funtastic’s Toys ‘R’ Us acquisition complete, looks to accelerate growth

Head of Hobby Warehouse takes up role of CEO of the combined company.