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NBA signs licensing deal with Decathlon, entering 1200 stores globally

Under the partnership, Decathlon will launch NBA x Decathlon collection across its 1200 brick and mortar stores and onli...
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Retail news around the globe

Nike partners with Black Girl Ventures; Versace reopens at the Four Seasons; Asos lifts profit and more.

The future is female: Why Adidas is betting on women

The new Adidas mini brand centre in Melbourne has landed and it's all about women and what they want.

Why Arc’teryx is taking a ‘less is more’ approach to product mix

The Canadian outdoor brand is prioritising versatility and simplicity in its product mix to help customers buy better.

How Stylerunner plans to get millennials to shop in-store

Small touches like cool uniforms, a signature scent and Instagram-ready changerooms go a long way.

Why Nike is taking a ‘bigger is better’ approach to stores in ANZ

After bringing its Nike By You personalisation concept to the region, the brand is finding that size really does matter.

Adidas in talks to sell Reebok – report

Adidas is reported to be planning to sell its troubled Reebok division according to German magazine Manager.

Ready, set, go: Rebel bets on interactivity in the store of the future

Even in the current climate, experience remains at the heart of the sporting giant's new store concept.
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Accent Group has a vision for the future, and it’s not focused on footwear

Having conquered shoes, the owner of The Athlete’s Foot now wants to grab a share of the broader performance market.
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French ski brand Rossignol grabs Beijing Olympics opportunity

Heritage French ski brand Rossignol is picking up the pace to build its direct-to-consumer strategy in China.
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How this Kiwi maternity activewear brand beat Nike to the punch

New Zealand brand Cadenshae is several steps ahead of Nike, which launched its first dedicated maternity collection, Nik...
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Analysis: How Nike is boosting growth through DTC and digital

In its latest results, the retail giant revealed encouraging signs of recovery from the pandemic. Here's what's driving ...
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99 Bikes cruises towards growth as bicycle sales pick up speed

In 2007, 99 Bikes opened its first bicycle shop in Brisbane. Thirteen years later, it now operates 49 stores across Aust...
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Rebel looks to grow through brand partnerships

The sportswear chain has extended its arrangement with Under Armour and signed a new deal with sports merchandise giant ...

Ready, set, go: Under Armour opens Sydney store

The Baltimore-based sporting brand has just opened its fourth store in Australia.

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