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Recipe for success: How FoodTank is taking on Hong Kong’s culinary scene

Foodtank is a hospitality management group based in Hong Kong that operates a range of food and beverage concepts, from ...

Fashion forward: Meet Hong Kong 3D shoe brand Fused Footwear

Launched in 2017 in Hong Kong and aimed at fashion-forward early adopters, Fused Footwear offers customisable shoes that...

History takes bows, amid new rows, at Haute Couture Fashion Week

Tributes to the past were prominent in the industry’s most exclusive new collections, but some brand-new controversies d...

‘Dreams do come true’: Alémais wins top design award amidst global growth

The Australian fashion brand has been a runaway success since launching two years ago. Yesterday, it was crowned the win...

LVMH sales soar 19 per cent, despite China slowdown

The growth pace in the second quarter was a tad slower than in the first three months of 2022, when group sales had clim...

Woolworths, Pact team up to boost circular packaging

A new partnership between Woolworths Group and Pact will use 18,000 tonnes of recycled plastics in the packaging of the ...

“It was our destiny”: Japan’s ‘most beautiful bookstore’ lands in Malaysia

Widely known as Japan’s most beautiful bookstore, Tsutaya has recently dipped its toe into Southeast Asia.

Meet rising star of the week: Kate Stansberry, beauty buyer, David Jones

We recently launched our first Rising Stars of Retail report in the May issue of Inside Retail Australia’s quarterly mag...

Bankrupt beauty: Lessons from Revlon’s supply chain failures

Here are some of the marketing, supply chain and operational mistakes that led to the decline in market share for the 90...

Burger Road drives local and interstate expansion

The quality of the product continues to underpin Burger Road’s success.

Online boom drives Myer sales boost

Online sales accounted for 24 per cent of total sales and are expected to range between $715 million and $725 million hi...

Here’s why a chemist was voted Australia’s best CX retailer

Pre-Covid, physical retail excellence was centred around creative, immersive experiences and sometimes rather glamorous ...

Despite looming recession, Harris Scarfe is ‘full-steam ahead’: CEO

The Australian discount department store is aggressively expanding its bricks-and-mortar store network, particularly in ...

‘People are ready to travel’: Strandbags aims to take Aussie luggage global

With the launch of a revitalised luggage offer, Strandbags is ready to take its brands to the next level.

Sweet success: How NZ honey brand Comvita is charting international growth

Comvita’s biggest international market is China and the business is keen to continue exploring further into Asia.

Myer, Close the Loop partner to recycle cosmetics packaging waste

CEO of Close the Loop Group, Joe Foster, said the initiative will pave the way for the global cosmetics industry to be m...

Why Snapchat is investing in Gen Z resale fashion app, Galaxy

The social media platform has just invested in US-based clothing resale app Galaxy, aimed at environmentally-conscious G...

Exclusive: Honey Birdette founder goes from panties to pups and powersuits

Eloise Monaghan has farewelled the brand and is back in startup mode, working on two new retail ventures.

In trading update, Accent Group warns profits will drop

Group CEO, Daniel Agostinelli, said the business experienced a “positive customer response” in the first three weeks of ...

Accessories brand Zagg opens first Apac store, in Sydney

Customers can interact with product lines that are on display in the store, as well as an InvisibleShield on-Demand mach...