Blundy prepares for another IPO
In this week’s Inside Retail PREMIUM edition, we look at the history of the manchester and homewares chain, and take a look at other retail IPOs on the drawing board this year.
The ailing David Jones is in the spotlight this week: South Africa’s Woolworths outlines how it is set to reform the department store’s offer building on the reputation of the brands within the broader Country Road Group.
We also take a look at another troubled retailer, Oroton whose woes all lead back to a now abandoned discounting strategy. And what lies ahead for its loss-making Brooks Brothers chain?
Super Retail Group outlines its new supply chain and distribution strategy and explains how it will deliver $20 million in annual savings across the group.
We talk to the owners of Australia’s largest online jeweller, a fast-growing sleepwear chain with a new concept, and discuss pop ups with the head of Nespresso Australia.
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