Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2170
Here’s what we’ve got in store for you this week:
Opinion: A tough road ahead for Metcash
The usual playbook for incoming CEOs is to clear the decks by revealing all of the financial nasties for which they cannot later be blamed.
News: Mixed response to reopened Sydney thoroughfare
The newly pedestrianised George Street is open – and not everybody is happy.
News: Oporto goes international in 2018
The Portuguese grilled chicken brand eyes Sri Lanka, Singapore and the Middle East next year.
News: New tap-and-go agreement to benefit retailers
Australian businesses could save up to $450 million a year if it goes ahead.
From the source: The Galeries, Sydney
We chat to Ipoh group general manager Victor Gaspar about its alternative take on Christmas this year and how it embraces art to enhance the customer experience.
Feature: 2017: The year that was
From Amazon to the drama at Myer, here are the five biggest stories that rocked the retail industry this year.
Feature: How to build a global brand like Santa Claus
Forget Bezos and Branson – here’s what retailers can learn from ol’ St Nick.
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