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Meet the outdoor start-up that hit its crowdfunding goal in four hours

Built out of a desire to connect regular Australians with the great outdoors, Zorali is looking to use the money raised ...

Kathmandu Holdings launches new name and identity

The parent company is looking to distinguish itself from its Kathmandu brand and this revision to its brand identity wil...

Heinemann to expand its Gold Coast Airport duty-free space

Heinemann Australia has also expanded its contract until 2029.

Analysis: Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia lead hopes for Asian tourism

Spare a thought for retailers, food and beverage operators, and hotels in tourist destinations throughout Asia.

‘We’re very positive’: Four Pillars bets on domestic travel

The gin distillery has launched its first airport retail space this week, hoping to get ahead of a coming boom in domest...

Analysis: This is what the surprising potential of the tourism industry looks like

If there’s one industry that has been heavily impacted by the Covid pandemic it’s tourism. The good news is the sector i...

Asian nations look to hasten reopening in sudden rethink

As Asian governments scramble to open up for tourists, retail sales will get a huge lift. Plans vary by country but the ...

Kathmandu’s sales, supply chain hurt in first quarter

Group CEO Michael Daly said the business continues to feel the impact of Covid-19 lockdowns.

Taking the ‘doorbuster deal’ online: Strandbags gears up for peak season

After unveiling a new look and feel in-store, the luggage retailer has spent the last few months revamping its digital o...

Luxury Escapes overwhelmed by ‘revenge travel’ bookings

Pent-up wanderlust prompts Australians to spend more on travel to unwind in luxury.

A rush to reopen: Is it doing Australian retail more harm than good?

Duty free shop operators and other airport retailers will be happy with the long-awaited (limited) opening of Australia’...

Word on the street: Retailers react to international border reopening

Leaders from AuMake, AWPL and July share how the international border reopening will impact them and how their business ...

Crumpler in administration, up for sale after Covid stifles travel

PKF Melbourne’s Jason Stone and Glenn Franklin were appointed as administrators at a board meeting on 31 August, and are...

‘That’s the power of the US market’: July co-founder talks global expansion

Athan Didaskalou explains why the Aussie luggage brand's recent US launch has been such a success.

Samsonite strikes a positive note as Covid wreaks havoc on sales

Covid’s ongoing impact on global travel continues to impact travel-retail brand Samsonite which has recorded a loss attr...