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From data to farming: How Puma, Allbirds are tackling emissions

From data to farming: How Puma, Allbirds are tackling emissions

As the threat of climate change continues to mount, and the inequalities in our world become more stark, an increasing amount of businesses are looki...
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A slice of success: The Cheesecake Shop undergoes a refresh

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Retailers welcome Queensland’s single-use plastics ban

From September 1 next year, the government has banned cotton buds with plastic stems, heavy-weight plastic bags, plastic...

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Online shopping today happens across a wide range of digital touchpoints. And customers expect blazing fast, personalise...

Retail appointments of the week

Dan Murphy’s new managing director steps up; MedCart names new chief executive; Vale: Leonardo del Vecchio; and more.

British retail giant takes stake in Australia’s MySale

Founded in 2007, MySale currently operates retail websites in four markets – Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Malay...

“We need to move faster”: Mulberry CEO on traceability and transparency

Industry leaders, including luxury retail execs Mulberry CEO Thierry Andretta and Ganni founder Nicolaj Reffstrup discus...

Workforce crisis: 40,300 retail jobs vacant across Australia

Australian Retailers Association CEO, Paul Zahra, said the retail trade recorded the “highest increase” of any industry ...

Proud local creates shop window for Barossa producers

Long-time winemaker Shelley Cox has found a cost-effective way to promote and sell brands from her Barossa community.

The Warehouse Group has a plan to keep prices low as recession looms

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Sneaker heads get their digital kicks at Salvatore Ferragamo NYC store

The luxury brand’s New York City shop creates a digital refresh for customisation, consumer engagement and the pursuit o...

The perfect brew: Vittoria’s Food & Beverage MD talks expanding DTC

After more than 70 years behind the counter, Vittoria is now ramping up its direct-to-consumer operation and broadening ...

Retail leaders share their top tips for going global

Where should retailers begin, and what do they need to keep in mind before deciding upon going global?

Cole Haan launches Keith Haring collection

The new collection is unisex and features the following styles — OriginalGrand Wingtip, GrandPro Rally Court Sneaker and...

Indian eyewear giant Lenskart to take control of Owndays

The deal is expected to help both companies further expand their presence in Asia.

Fortnum & Mason exec discusses APAC expansion and digital plans

First founded in London’s Piccadilly in 1707, Fortnum & Mason is venturing into the digital space with the recent launch...

BNPL and the growth of digital payments in Apac

BNPL is booming across Asia Pacific, at a time when Covid’s impact has turbo-charged demand for e-commerce and new types...

Fashion group Shandong Ruyi’s creditors take full control of Lycra

Representatives for Ruyi did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Southeast Asian retailer Shopee’s long path to profit: Are we there yet?

Supersized pandemic revenue growth is waning and losses are mounting, but Shopee is now the clear Southeast Asia market ...

Walgreens shelves pharmacy Boots’ sale as market turmoil hits dealmaking

Boots was initially valued at as much as 8 billion pounds, or US$10.88 billion.

Welcome to the future: Bricks-and-mortar retail undergoes a revolution

For those who think the bricks-and-mortar concept in retail is dead, think again.