Preview: Inside Retail Weekly 2178
NEWS: Menswear retailer gets $3 million boost
InStitchu has just received investment from Chinese suiting manufacturing powerhouse, Dayang, which will see the customisation brand speed up its production cycle and continue its international expansion.
NEWS: Luxury lingerie brand seeks international expansion
Within the next two years, Honey Birdette plans to unveil 15 US stores, on the back of its recent entry into the UK market.
OPINION: Retailers prepare for battle ahead
Retail has never been for the faint-hearted, but never more so than these days, as margins and profits are squeezed by market competition and rising costs.
FROM THE SOURCE: Adam Wilkinson, Crumpler
We chat to the CEO about reinvigorating the iconic Aussie brand and taking it into the 21st century.
FEATURE: Grocery battle continues
Coles and Woolies reveal their plans for the year ahead, featuring investment in lower prices and digital.
FEATURE: How to dodge a bullet
Will Australian shopping centres suffer from a similar fate to their US counterparts?
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