Retail leasing inquiry imminent


IRP 2006This week’s issue of Inside Retail PREMIUM carries a late breaking news story, with Margy Osmond set to leave ANRA.

In other headlines, Senator Nick Xenophon is championing retailers, with a push for an inquiry into a national approach to retail leasing.

We all knew there had to come a time, but now Jan Cameron herself has seen the light in relation to her tanking discount chains, while it’s a much brighter outlook for one of the founders of Gelatissmo and his latest retail venture.

For retail job hunters we tell you the most in demand roles, a homegrown accessories label comes of age, and a Chinese furniture chain is making its mark on the local landscape.

For a bit of light reading check our of new addition, Blast from the Past, a look back into the Inside Retail archives (when we were known as Inside Retailing!). This week we rewind to 1973, with a story about Grace Bros and how it imagined the future of retailing – surprisingly, it’s not too far off!

And Jon Bird has the perfect lead in the weekend with a ‘sweet’ tale to get the tastebuds tingling.

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