Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2143
Mixed response to FWC’s penalty rates verdict
Retailers face uncertainty as penalty rate cuts will now transition over a period of up to four years.
Kikki.K launches into the US
The stylish stationery retailer enters 19 Nordstrom department stores this week as well as online at Nordstrom.com.
Catch of the Day rebrands; launches online marketplace
Now known as Catch, the daily deals website plans to become a one-stop shop for consumers, with plans to bring on board 300 new retailers by the end of the year.
Institchu boosts tech to fuel international growth
The men’s suit retailer prepares to launch virtual scanning with plans to enter Europe.
From the source: Jane Lu, Showpo
We chat with the CEO about building a community, creating parody YouTube videos and connecting with millennials.
Opinion: A battle ahead for Bunnings’ international expansion?
Investment analysts are unsure of Bunnings’ success in the UK and Ireland, with some predicting it will be many years before it reaches sustainable profitability. But it seems that the retail giant has a plan of attack up its sleeve with the help of a new leadership team on board.
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